I’m happy to announce – I’m in love! My heart is all a flutter, I’m wearing a permanant grin, and when I see the pictures – I can hardly contain myself!
I’m in love with my wide angle lens!
I used to travel with two lenses a portrait lens 17 to 55mm and a telephoto 75 to 300mm – I thought that was all I needed. And then I went to Mongolia. I decided in order to capture the vast landscapes of the Gobi Desert – I wanted to get a real wide angle lens. So I purchased a 10 to 22mm and took it to Mongolia to shoot landscapes. I’d only limit my use of the lens to shoot wide open spaces.
Sure – I liked it – but I wasn’t necessarily in love with it…yet.
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