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    Once you go wide...

    ...you never go back!

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Very cool shots Steve! As an FYI, you should have the year in your Copyright notification if you want to receive the full legal benefits of "notice" under the law.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by brmill26
    As an FYI, you should have the year in your Copyright notification if you want to receive the full legal benefits of "notice" under the law...
    Thanks. Ah, I'm not worried about copyright. It's more of a photo credit than copyright protection...
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Here is one I had on my work computer. Not the greatest as it was shot at ISO 3200 but it is all I had at 18mm

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    5D 17-40 f4

    17mm, 17mm, 17mm, 22mm.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Steve - cool.

    jgredline - Looks like you did a very good job with a very, very dark room. That's very unique detail work for a church.

    MB1, as always, those are incredible.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Both of these at 17mm and at closest focusing distance (about a foot).

    That's all for me (recently sold the 17-40mm)
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    If you didn't see this one in critiques. I took this on with a Voigtlander 15mm.

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    OK, here are some from me...







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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Prevailing Conditions..........great shots. I love the composition - and the color is awesome.

    Which lens did you use?

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Thanks Liz. These were all shot with the Canon 10-22.

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    I am like Barney Fife, I have a gun but Andy makes me keep the bullet in my pocket..

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Both taken @ 15mm

    It's not blurry. It's bokeh.

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Canon EF-S 10-22 on 20D
    So not ultra-wide perhaps.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    I've never been able to get this whole Russian Orthodox church in, in one shot..narrow street its on so thought I'd give it a try today. Haven't done any shooting for a couple of weeks mostly due to getting migraines every afternoon but doc figured out it was my thyroid and slowly getting better. Enough I actually wanted to go see how my Tokina 12-24 would do.
    I got to playing for the last shot...highlight sky and use equalizer filter. Thought it was kind of cool. Just wish I could get rid of that dang fence.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    I shot this one today. That's my dog there in the shot as well.

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Frog
    I really like the second one and yes the fence is a bother, but sometimes there is not much of a choice. By the way, it looks like you have a dust spot on your sensor.

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    Your dog make that image...Nice shot!
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    I agree with the 24mm rule. I shoot with a 24-105 on my sister's 5d and at 24mm it's a great focal length. But I don't think anything more is really wide angle persay. A 24mm on my 1d isn't very wide, and I CONSTANTLY find myself wishing I had a wider lens.

    AND after looking at all these photos I have decided an ultrawide will be one of my first purchases when i return to the states.

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by jgredline
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    I really like the second one and yes the fence is a bother, but sometimes there is not much of a choice. By the way, it looks like you have a dust spot on your sensor.

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    Your dog make that image...Nice shot!
    Thanks Javier

    Here are a couple more from today:



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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    I guess I'd have to have a fish eye to get inside that fence but thanks, Javier. Where is the spot...I'm not seeing it but its probably there somewhere.
    Jim, your shots show why we need these wide angles.
    My widest was the 18-135 so my widest was equal to 27 and unless I stepped the aperture down I'd often get vignetting. Don't seem to get any with this Tokina.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Thanks, Frog. The thing I love about the Sigma is that even when it's at 10mm, it doesn't have a lot of distortion on landscape pictures.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Here are a couple from today...San Juan Capistrano Mission.


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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Frog, If you look at your third image, I see a small spot to upper right hand corner. It could also be something on the lens or filter.

    Jim, I have been looking at that Sigma for about a week. I will order it on Monday.
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