Photoshop help / Fisheye filter for Photoshop

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Notice how the 2 images below both appear to be warped around the edges as if you were looking through a circular glass lense. Is there a way I can do this in Photoshop?

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go to filter-->distort--->spherize and mess with the settnigs
atleast thats how i think u do it
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Look out for a fish eye filter as well.
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If you're using CS2, there's also a warp filter now that places a grid over your image. The simplest way to accomplish what you want would be first, a fisheye filter; second, the spherize filter; or third, the warp filter. The latter, I believe, will give you the most control, which usually means it's hardest to get it to do what you want. Or maybe that's because I'm useless with it. =]

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I'm still kind of new to Photoshop so I don't know a whole lot about it. I'm using the latest version of Adobe Photoshop and it doesn't have a fisheye filter. Is it possible to download one?
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I know that you can get filters to convert from fisheye to regular but I'm not sure about the other way around. Do a search on google.
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Are you sure there isn't a fisheye filter?
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Select your image and goto: Edit>Transform>Warp>Custom>Fisheye and your done, no cropping, etc. The custom option will appear in the top menu bar after you select warp. :D
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i think the spherize filter would be best for this type of effect...

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