Most exciting lens will be that 14-24mm F2.8L, been looking for it way too long now!
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Just fantastic (irrespective of my next sentence). I am wondering how you achieved the balance of exposure in the foreground and background. If it is not bracketed and stacked - then I am just spellbound.Just one shot
Nice!Yeah, I agree with you but didn't had my ND w/ me Actually I didn't have anything else than camera with me at that evening, just took it with me when I left to outside to take fresh air, walk and relax.
Would've looked really great with a longer exposure.
I really like the composition and colors!It could have been bit sharper at trees but EF-S 17-55 ain't the sharpest lens out there. But the main subject was sunset and cast from the sun to that rock.
I personally think the image could be a bit sharper, but I still like it very much.
14L just doesn't look or work right for landscape photography. Plus it's too expensive and does too little.You are right but sometimes you need that extra wide lens but rarely, usually 16-40 is enough for landscapes.