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bigken 7 1
8 Jun 2007 4:29PM
I'm off to egypt soon and was wondering if anyone had any good tips on taking good sunset photos(filters ect),i've not long had a Nikon D80 with a 18-135 and am looking at getting a faster wide angle before i go, not sure what to get but don't want to be braking the bank to get one---Thks

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andytvcams 12 10.4k United Kingdom
8 Jun 2007 4:33PM
Sigma 10-20mm Lens.

And a set of ND Grads.
Sorted.
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Phil_D 8 81 Scotland
8 Jun 2007 8:46PM
They'll need to be big, wide (i.e. expensive) ND grads . . . or just use the lens down to 12mm
wamp 8 276 8 England
8 Jun 2007 8:59PM
Agree with Timberjack, if you go for the Sigma 10-20 as Andy suggests you won't be dissapointed, and if you get the cheaper Cokin 'p' series filter you will be ok at 12mm for landscape and 10mm for portrait shots. I've had my 10-20 for about three weeks and it's so much fun!

Cheers, Sean

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