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Great krzychu30 2014-04-28 10:44

Hi Deniz,
it΄s certainly one of those situations,where the wide-angle lens makes the difference.
Because of the pose(and not beautiful colors:)I prefer this version.It conveys much better this for me kind of mysterious feeling of the scene.
PS.I see you use Sigma 10-20mm.I΄m about to buy it to my Nikon.Could You tell how does the work look with it?I know the lens has no vibration reduction,just like the Camera,so is the tripod necessary if you don΄t want to increase ISO?


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Exclamation To krzychu30: Sigma 10-20 mm

Hi Krzychu,

Thank you for the kind words.

About Sigma 10-20mm:

Well, it is a love-hate relationship.

Love it, as it is my first and only wide angle lens up to now. And i love the magic world my wide angle offers, it adds a totally different vision and effect to you and your photos.

Hate it, as it is not sharp, and this problem ruined lots of my photos.
This becomes obvious especially in darker places where you need wide apertures around f4-5-6 etc. The corners are terribly blurred. That's evident even at the best f value of f11 for that lens. You may search for sharpness test on dpreview forums.

And yes, no VR as well, which means you should rely on your biologic VR or don't leave home without a tripod

Now, you seem to be missing on TE for a while

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