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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by Mart61, Jul 29, 2007.
Popped into Cambridge yesterday with the 10-20mm. Here's a few of the results for C&C:
Number 2 will be my favorite!
I agree -- #2 is great!
I haven't tried any b&w conversions yet, but I can see that there are definite advantages for certain scenes.
I really really want that lens.....
Waiting for someone to see one at a good deal...lol
Thanks for your kind words, one and all. :smile:
I'm still getting to grips with this lens. It's not easy to use and I'm getting very few "keepers" from my outings. Most of them have needed some PP, even if it's just correcting perspectives and a little USM and saturations.
It's getting both sky and foreground correctly exposed in situations other when the sun is directly behind you I'm finding awkward.
Give it time...
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