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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Boy I haven't posted a picture here in a long time

    Here are two from last summer, both with the 19mm fisheye on my Mamiya.

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    ah...i wasn't even looking at that one...I'll run a test tomorrow or just go ahead and give it a blow. Doesn't show on the unedited ones so think it might have something to do with that. Might have done an extra click when i was cloning the tree line.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by jgredline
    Jim, I have been looking at that Sigma for about a week. I will order it on Monday.
    Haha, lens fever?

    It really is fun to use. I can't believe how saturated the sky looks in nearly every picture with that lens.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Here's another - this is the Crystal Cathedral in LA.

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Without the 12-24 I would have never been able to get this group shot. I was up against the wall and the 12-24 set at 15mm still gave me working room.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Well, I just shot a bunch of stuff for our "Grad-Tab", a mini-issue that we put in in April to recap stuff for Seniors and features a bunch of places around campus that the graduates might want to take their graduation pictures at. I shot it all with the Nikon 14-24mm on the D3, so I think that qualifies as ultrawide

    All of these are shot at 14-15mm, f/11-16.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Great use of the wide Harrison. Love the shots of the Swamp!
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Timer
    Without the 12-24 I would have never been able to get this group shot. I was up against the wall and the 12-24 set at 15mm still gave me working room.
    OT - great shot - nice use of the 12-24. BTW, was this available light? More encouragement for me. Tomorrow the sun is supposed to come out for the first time in a while - very gray day today so I'm going to work hard to get some time off tomorrow. I have a date with the Tokina.

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Liz
    OT - great shot - nice use of the 12-24. BTW, was this available light? More encouragement for me. Tomorrow the sun is supposed to come out for the first time in a while - very gray day today so I'm going to work hard to get some time off tomorrow. I have a date with the Tokina.

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    Thanks you Liz. I shot this for a summer Reading Festival billboard. I had great available light coming from the front and the right of the subjects, but I did supplement with fill from the SB800 with Gary Fong tubberware attached.
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Bump for some more amazing WA pics!
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Not using it a lot but love it when I do...Tokina 12-24
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Wow, Frog...That is a really nice image..
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Tokina 12-24mm

    1/160th @ F6.3, 12mm
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Another one

    D200 & Tokina 12-24
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Great shot there Frog! Nice lens! :-)

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Scott - that's a beautiful shot - of a lovely bride! You did a great job.

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Great thread, it's about time to get it goin' again. My most recent W/A...
    Shot with the Sigma 10-20 Captured @ 15mm.

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    some great shots here makes me dream of having something wider than my basic 14-45mm
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Taken with the Panasonic LX3 - 24mm - a great p&s with 16.9mm format




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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Woot! Great thread bump!

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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread


    Did someone say ultra-wide?

    With the exception of the last one, these were all taken at 14mm with the 14-24/2.8; some with the D300 but most with the D700.

    I use my 24-70/2.8 as my everyday lens with Full Frame, so sadly the 14-24mm has been relegated to specialty use.




    L.A. River.



    Same day ...



    Different part of the L.A. River on a different day.



    Angels Gate Park in San Pedro.



    Saddle Peak Road in the SM Mountains.



    Soda Lake.



    Soda Lake.



    On the Big Island in Hawai'i.



    Same island, different day



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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Confused? so does that mean i cannot put up anything at 14mm on my 14-45mm lens
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Robusto
    Confused? so does that mean i cannot put up anything at 14mm on my 14-45mm lens
    Not at all. Post away!
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    Re: The Ultra Wide Angle Thread

    10mm...Sigma 10-20mm.

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