Using a fisheye is hard. Before you look through the lens, you never know what you’ll get.
For the fountain the lens was ideal. Everything is round here anyway, you have to look twice to even see the fisheye effect.
The image from the chapter house is extreme, but then, in a certain way it conveys what I saw and how it felt to be there. That’s a funny thing to say about an image that’s totally distorted 🙂
The third image, looking from the cloister into the chapter house (yes, it was that dark in there) is somewhere in the middle.
For comparison I have an image taken from the church down into the cloister, also ultra-wide, but this time with the rectilinear 7-14/2.8.
Fisheyes: this is really stuff for experimentation. Try it out. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. Predictions impossible 😀