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Buying a Wide Angle Lens: What I Didn’t Know

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This was shot with my 50mm 1.4, so I was able to get nice bokeh in the background…even though the focus is a bit off. It’s a failed shot for me, but a good example for this article. Settings: f/1.4, 1/50, ISO 640…pushing my settings to their limit. Still a bit soft though. Taken in Hawaii, 2.9.13 when I was still learning how to design my shots.

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Welcome back everyone! Wide angle lenses are great, and they can be used to capture extremely different perspectives of scenes that you’re use to seeing. But there are some nuances to be aware of before you spend your money on one…especially if you’re use to a 50mm lens like I am.

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