While photographing in the park, I most likely had a telephoto lens for wildlife or the ultrawide Canon 10-22 mm lens that I borrowed from lensrentals.com Contrasting with yesterday's telephoto views of the park, here are several images shot at 10mm with my Canon Eos 7D.
|There's a creature in this photo- can you be the first to spot it?|
The first time a rented an ultra-wide lens, I didn't bring back very good photographs. When you're viewing the world with this wide angle, the most important thing to remember is to GET CLOSE to your subject. Whatever you are photographing, you really can't be close enough. Remember those two words, and you'll be successful with ultra-wide lenses.