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Topic: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Clickhappy
Posted 2004-07-29 17:56:38 and read 5363 times.

I'm on this wide angle kick lately, really wide. Im talking 12-24 range if you are shooting DSLR, 18-35 if you shoot film.

Anyone have any samples they care to share?

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Pepef
Posted 2004-07-29 18:25:16 and read 5320 times.

Shouldn't that be the other way around:

18-35 for DSLR and
12-24 for film?

-Peter F-

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Clickhappy
Posted 2004-07-29 18:29:27 and read 5317 times.

nope, I have it correct, but thanks for the input.

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Jderden777
Posted 2004-07-29 18:37:52 and read 5305 times.

both of these were on slide at ~28mm...the widest angle i have at the moment....widest i've got on digital right now is the 24-85 which is killing me, i need a wider lens...something like a 17-35 would be great

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Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Clickhappy
Posted 2004-07-29 18:50:51 and read 5299 times.

That MD-11 shot is hot! I've been shooting recently with the Nikon 12-24 DX but it is a "digital only" lens. I have the Sigma 15-30 and it is a great lens, except I wish I could put something over the front element to protect it. I have asked Sigma to send me a 12-24, which is a "full frame" lens, but isn't as fast as the Nikon.

One thing I've noticed about going wide is you always want a little more. 24 seemed wide, then I tried 17, that was great until I tried 15, and I was thinking "Hell Yeah!" Now I have tried 12 and 15 seems weak in comparison.

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Skymonster
Posted 2004-07-29 18:56:56 and read 5290 times.

I have asked Sigma to send me a 12-24

Yeah, I ask various manufacturers to send me all sorts of photo kit, but it never seems to get me anywhere!!!  Sad

Andy

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Kingwide
Posted 2004-07-29 19:30:42 and read 5268 times.

Here's a recent Wideangle shot at Farnborough.

17 mm on Canon 17-40L


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J

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Mdwalkman
Posted 2004-07-29 19:45:16 and read 5248 times.

http://www.airliners.net/addphotos/big/ready/DSC_6216_filtered.jpg

still in the Q, not screened yet...  Smile

Nikon 18-70DX

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Erwin972
Posted 2004-07-29 20:25:43 and read 5230 times.


My 15mm shots from a distance of 300 meter didn't pass the screening  Smile/happy/getting dizzy Smile/happy/getting dizzy


Kind regards,
Erwin

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: ChrisH
Posted 2004-07-29 20:52:12 and read 5206 times.

Slideshots, shot somewhere inbetween 20-35mm:


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Digital: 20mm x 1.5


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I prefer telecompression to wideangle, but on the ramp it can be quite nice.

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Contact_tower
Posted 2004-07-29 21:08:42 and read 5194 times.


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Shot at 19mm, Canon D60

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Jkw777
Posted 2004-07-29 21:15:11 and read 5186 times.

Hi nice thread,

I don't have any wide angle shots really, I guess the 24-85 I have isn't wide enough. Could someone send me a 17-40 L please?!  Big thumbs up

Nice shots by the way peeps, love that Antonov An-74 Jason!  Smile

Cheers,

Justin  Wink/being sarcastic

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Skymonster
Posted 2004-07-29 21:24:12 and read 5177 times.

Ran out of the wide end of the zoom when I took this one... Fortunately actually, as I wouldn't have been that keen on being much closer...



A

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: AKE0404AR
Posted 2004-07-29 21:29:26 and read 5172 times.

Royal here you go:


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I still have a ton of wide angle shots sitting on the hard drive.......
Will upload some more later on.

Vasco

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Jkw777
Posted 2004-07-29 21:30:05 and read 5172 times.

Mamma meya!!  Wow!

Awesome, truly awesome!

Cheers,

Justin  Smile

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Benyhone
Posted 2004-07-29 21:39:17 and read 5166 times.

Royal, that ANA -300ER shot is one of the sweetest wide angle shots I've seen lately. Kudos for getting on this kick.

Terry

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Clickhappy
Posted 2004-07-29 22:00:24 and read 5147 times.

thanks Terry!

getting low and wide is my new kick, the world looks a lot different down here!

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Maiznblu_757
Posted 2004-07-29 22:25:14 and read 5126 times.

Here is mine...


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And to think someone thought I should have grabbed the 70-200mm or the 100-400mm to get some photos.. Sheesh.  Big grin

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Aagold
Posted 2004-07-29 22:43:26 and read 5115 times.

Shot with the Nikon 12 - 24 mm DX lens like you have.


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Shot at 12mm.


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Shot at 24mm.


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Shot at 14 mm.


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Both shot at 12mm.

Art

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: EDDL
Posted 2004-07-29 22:44:38 and read 5114 times.


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24mm x 1,6

EDDL

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Jkw777
Posted 2004-07-29 22:47:48 and read 5105 times.

Some amazing shots guys!

Art,

I love the BA 744 shot! That is just bloody awesome. Especially the winglet!

Cheers,

Justin  Smile

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: JeffM
Posted 2004-07-29 22:53:31 and read 5100 times.

I knew you were going to drop that Phantom in Chad.....!

even if it is the Air Force.... I'll take it!

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Zander
Posted 2004-07-29 23:15:24 and read 5083 times.

17 mm or somtehing like that:

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Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Concord977
Posted 2004-07-29 23:33:15 and read 5065 times.

Taken w/ Nikon D100 and Nikkor 18mm FFL lens. Two attempts at the same shot w/ slightly different results.



Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Woody001
Posted 2004-07-29 23:44:13 and read 5059 times.

Shot with a Sigma 17-35 EX, the following at 17mm;

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I wish I could say this was taken on such a short focal length lens  Smile


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Ian.


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Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Ckw
Posted 2004-07-30 00:04:04 and read 5044 times.

Here's a couple with a 14mm Sigma


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Great lens for getting something a bit different from static displays, and of course, it really comes into its own on interiors


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Can be a bit tricky to use though - very prone to flare - I often end up shooting one handed using the other hand as a sun shade.

Cheers,

Colin

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Woody001
Posted 2004-07-30 00:19:15 and read 5028 times.

I still think the shot with the lovely female crew member is the better one Colin..!  Smile/happy/getting dizzy  Big thumbs up

Ian.

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Ckw
Posted 2004-07-30 00:35:34 and read 4988 times.

I agree Ian - and much more fun to take ... but don't want to bring the dreaded curse of the "badpeople" down upon my head!

Cheers,

Colin

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Tsentsan
Posted 2004-07-30 03:05:30 and read 4946 times.

Nikon 12-24/F4 IF-ED DX AFS on a Nikkon D100 for me.


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Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: JFKTOWERFAN
Posted 2004-07-30 03:49:19 and read 4936 times.

This is my first real wide angle shot with a borrowed 17-35L and I loved using it, The 17-40L will be my next purchase. The 17-35L is just obscenely sharp!

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Corey

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Yevgeny
Posted 2004-07-30 08:13:23 and read 4889 times.

Some of mine shots:


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Canon 16mm

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Canon 15mm Fisheve

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Canon 15mm Fisheve

Yevgeny

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: UTA_flyingHIGH
Posted 2004-07-30 08:53:51 and read 4883 times.

Ha !

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I like thses plugging threads  Big thumbs up

Will

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: BO__einG
Posted 2004-07-30 19:27:14 and read 4829 times.

Cool shots by many. Such a wide array of creativity with the use of wideangle. The fisheye lens are just crazy!

Well here are some of my favorite wide angle shots I have on this website.


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BY the way: How do I plug in two pictures per row?

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Clickhappy
Posted 2004-07-30 19:36:40 and read 4823 times.

Bo, you go < t w o i d : xxxxxx,xxxxx >

Of course, leave out the spaces Big grin

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: GBOAB
Posted 2004-07-30 19:41:25 and read 4823 times.

Hi,
I have a few in the queue at the moment
but here are a couple I took back in May
the flights are seconds away from touchdown at LHR
taken with the Canon 17-40L lens @ 17mm

Regards

Ian

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Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: KC7MMI
Posted 2004-07-30 20:14:18 and read 4806 times.

I love the photos of the EC-135 and the aurora borealis. Here are a couple of my favorite shots, used a 50mm Nikkor at the local hospital:

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Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Jderden777
Posted 2004-07-31 05:26:22 and read 4758 times.

just found another "wide" angle shot for ya Royal....another long gone MD-11 in fact...just uploaded this one, tough to get my scanner to do the slide justice...


jd

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Lorm
Posted 2004-07-31 14:11:29 and read 4713 times.

Here are some of my wide angles in the queue ATM, the UAL747 SFO shot I resampled and I will re-upload and change it, got a much improved version. No DSLR here  Sad , eventually I'll get one. Big flying boat is at New England Air Museum.


Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Lorm
Posted 2004-07-31 15:26:10 and read 4695 times.

Forgot to add, my stuff is off an Olympus C-5060 Widezoom at 18mm, too bad the edit button expired, and I didn't take the edit link down..  Sad

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Yevgeny
Posted 2004-08-01 04:40:56 and read 4632 times.

New one  Big thumbs up

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Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Cicadajet
Posted 2004-08-01 05:13:06 and read 4629 times.

Yevgeny -

Nice Shot !!! Good to see it where it belongs.  Smile/happy/getting dizzy

TT

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: PRM
Posted 2004-08-01 15:17:42 and read 4576 times.


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Another one from a Canon 17-40L @ 17mm.

Cheers, Paul

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: 9V-SVC
Posted 2004-08-01 17:38:17 and read 4556 times.

My wide shots are :


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Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: JoakimE
Posted 2004-08-01 17:56:44 and read 4546 times.

I've got quite a few wide-angle shots, mainly flight-deck and in-flight photos, but here are two "normal" ones that I like  Smile


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Both taken with my trusty Canon EF 20mm f/2.8 lens, a great wide-angle lens IMO!  Smile

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Rdu777
Posted 2004-08-02 00:26:47 and read 4503 times.

Here's mine:


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See the bulldozer?

Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: N228ua
Posted 2004-08-02 16:49:41 and read 4456 times.

My one and only shot on A.net Big grin

19mm lens on D70


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Topic: RE: Lets See Your Wide Angle Shots (plug Em!)
Username: Ua935
Posted 2004-08-02 21:53:37 and read 4416 times.

http://www.airliners.net/addphotos/big/ready/109_0919.JPG

Mine is still in screening.

18mm on a 300D.

Regards Simon.


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