Archive for May, 2012

The Tokina 11-16mm 2.8 has built a solid reputation as one of the best ultra wide zoom lenses available and in many cases outperform first party lenses in the same focus range. I use this lens myself on my Nikon DX camera and find that I get much better results from it compared to the Nikkor 12-24mm that cost a lot more. While there is still a bit of distortion present as can be expected of lenses in this range it is much easier to correct in post processing than photos taken with the Nikkor 12-24mm. If you own a Nikon camera and want an inexpensive but quality ultra wide lens then you simply cannot go wrong with this Tokina. If I owned a Canon I might have been swayed by the Canon 10-22mm lens instead but it all comes down to how much you are willing so spend on your equipment.

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Taking the next step from your short lens, perhaps the Tamron 28-300 can present you to another level of photography and excitement. Long focal lenses help you see a different angle and subjects. The amount of pleasure when you go into wildlife photography is simply amazing.

The Tamron 28-300 helps you see those subjects from afar, yet all the details are captured vividly. This type of lens opens up the whole your chance to be a wildlife photographer, action sports and more. It is with this type of lens that you can see far objects from a different perspective. Likewise, this lens permits you to shoot up-close photos at 28mm. You can zero in your focus to objects from 28mm distance and work your whole frame in it. There are many possible fields for you in photography. You need to practice your skills by taking pictures and study their outcome, and soon you’ll be one of the experts.

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