|20th of December 2008 (Sat)||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Vancouver BC, Canada
IMAX Projection Booth
Ok so it's an OMNIMAX, but it's the same gear. I just picked up my new 10-22 today, and I just can't wait to use it. It took just over a year to figure out what types of photography I enjoy, and which lens should I add to my lineup. When I finally figured out that I really wanted an ultra-wide I wasn't so sure about spending the cash on an EF-S lens. I do plan on going full frame someday, and I know that this lens will not work with the full frame bodies. I'll either keep this as a backup when the day comes, or I'll sell the 40D with the 10-22 as a package. So with that in mind I'm pretty sure I made the best possible choice I could.
It's not art, but some may find it interesting none the less. Anyone else notice that the first image appears to taper to the left, and not form a perfect rectangle? Weird illusion.
Last edited by LeuceDeuce : 20th of December 2008 (Sat) at 21:50.
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