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Which Utra Wide Angle Lens Should I Choose?


31 May 2012 1:49AM
Lynne, I bet you've purchased your lens by now ...what did you get?

My vote would've been for the 17-40, it's 95% the 16-35's capability at half the price, great lens.

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MattB1987 e2
3 444 England
31 May 2012 7:45AM
What camera do you have? If it's an APS-C sized sensor camera I highly recommend the Sigma 10-20mm, I have for the F4.5-5.6 version which is pretty awesome but the F3.5 is even better and both of them are very reasonably priced 400-500.

Matt
LynneJoyce e2
6 20 99 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2012 7:52AM
I know that Photoshop has a lens correction feature but I have never been able to get results from it that are anywhere near as good (IMHO) as hand tweaking. I've never managed to 'cure' vignetting though so maybe PT lens might be the answer to this one.
JackAllTog e2
5 4.0k 58 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2012 1:41PM
Another vote for lightroom 4 and its auto lens correction feature - you can see it sorting out the vignetting and pincushion etc, it even does CA if you want.
Took a month or so to get into it but i can't live without it now (and photoshop elements 10 underneath)

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