Yesterday afternoon, I decided to grab my Nikon D3500 with the common "kit lens" that came with it -- the 18-55mm AF-P DX f/3.5-4.5 G VR small zoom. I stood on an elevated walkway over the spillway/dam, almost looking into the sun, and had the tulip style lens hood on.
One photo is 24mm (I didn't like it at 18mm, as I had weeds and other junk on the sides), and the other is at 55mm.
I had my Nikon D3500 on "P"rogrammed Auto, so it chose the shutter speed and aperture, but would at lease allow me to make subtle changes it if I wanted...
The good thing about 24mm, is I didn't get any vignetting with the lens hood. I should have adjusted the aperture a little more tone it down a hair, as the glare from the water fountain is a bit too harsh.
What do you think?