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Old Jul 26, 2011, 6:48 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Bob Nichol View Post
Took out the Gorillapod and clamped it to a corner of the railing to snap this with the 8mm end of the 8-16mm lens. The railings should be at right angles, the house shouldn't look like the prow of a boat and the wall between the corner and the door isn't that long.
Thanks for the photo. I will need to try some Architectural shots with this lens. Sure will not need as much room to back up and get it all in.

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Old Jul 26, 2011, 8:43 AM   #12
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An intersting shot showing the perspective changes you can have with a wide angle. It does tend to change all sorts of things - I don't see quite that much awkwardness when using the 12-24 (except when people are at the edge of the frame). A good example of things to watch out for when using a lens like this.
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