Travel Photography With An Ultra Wide Angle Lens

Travel Photography With An Ultra Wide Angle Lens
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13 comments to Travel Photography With An Ultra Wide Angle Lens

  • puneet kumar

    pleaSe suggest best lens for street or candid photoGraphy

  • Arm The Creative

    My fav WIDE-ANGLE set-up is the 7Dmkii with the 8-15mm Fish-eye. Great
    video!

  • Arm The Creative

    All these TRAVEL photography tip videos are fantastic, Matt!!

  • grovestballer

    I’ve got a Canon 600D and Sigma 10-20mm. I was my first experience with
    DSLR shooting and i love it till today. Its a great budget choice.

  • LeftyImages

    That glass of water is making me nervous!

  • oasskar

    Hi. How do you get a sharp full scene in a landscape shooting if focusing
    on the flower closest to the camera. Im using sigma 10-24mm

  • oasskar

    Hi. How do you get a sharp full scene in a landscape shooting if focusing
    on the flower closest to the camera. Im using sigma 10-24mm. I noticed that
    i have to sacrifice either the flower or the full scene behind it.

  • Justin Borja

    “…he drinks chain coffee, what a tosser..”

    Classic. A. F. Love you Matt!

  • Mark Harris

    Another great video. I like the way you don’t take yourself seriously
    (please don’t tell me you were serious about “Rugged good looks”) but you
    always give your craft full respect. Great shots, I was thinking of getting
    the Tamron but I’ve decided to go for three primes, Samyang 14mm, Sigma
    20mm 1.4 and the Sigma 50mm 1.4. Then I can also use the Sigmas on the
    7DII, but usually they will be on the 5DIII. I don’t do much studio stuff
    but the 50mm will be good for that on the rare occasions I do. At the
    moment I’m using the Tokina 10-17 on the 7DII and using it for landscapes
    from a great distance with the horizon in the middle of the frame doesn’t
    give too much distortion, but it’s very difficult to use with a foreground
    interest. I’ve only recently taken up landscapes, seem to have fallen in to
    it from doing wildlife.

  • Oshi

    Would this lens be good for wedding to do group shots and to photograph the
    night. Ace reviews.

  • Sharif Mosa

    what is the best full frame wide angle lenses for portrait?

  • cricardol

    There is a difference between distorsion and perspective…

    You seem to put them in the same pot but these are really different.

  • rajesh taheem

    Hi Matt,
    A bit frustrated – I have a rare 82mm 20-40mm f2.8 Sigma lens – on my Nikon
    D610 body. I use M setting – However, which ever aperture setting I use -(
    with ISO on Auto) I always get – ‘under exposed’ shots?????
    If, I switch to manual, and I up the ISO – exposure ‘manually’ it makes the
    result great !
    This only happens in very low light conditions… WHY??
    Cheers fella,
    Raj x

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