captain_awesome wrote:you put any photos you've taken with it up on your blog casey?
robbo911 wrote:cap if you're shooting water in the near future go tokina, if your just shooting landscapes and stuff for a while go the ultra wide, the 10-22 is a sweet lens, they call it the 'hidden L' lens just because it doesnt have the same build quality but its image quality is on par with the greats. The fisheye is horrible for landscapes, i personally hate the curved horizon unless it serves a purpose (ie fitting more in the frame). And kc that last shot is sweeet, maybe only apply contrast to the foreground by selecting the background the inverting selection in photoshop or whatever your using, because the sky doesnt look as good/natural as it could/should, or alternatively select foreground and just reduce the brightness or increase the blacks a little bit to get the same silhouhette your going for without making it to contrasty, cos i always used to add wayyy to much contrast as it sort of gives it a bit of pop but sometimes comes out looking just not right
CaptainSiphilas wrote:samyang 8mm
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