Wide Angle Lens

During my trip to Sedona this week, I used my 16-28 mm Tokina 2.8 lens most of the time. I wanted to try to get the foreground in focus as well as to the mountains in the distance. Two of the three shots were at f/11 and one was at f/16.  Whenever, I am shooting hand held, I set my ISO to auto. The range of the ISO was 110-200. Shutter speed was around 1/100 of a second for all.  The shots and the foreground are not too pretty but I think the experiment went well. Overall it felt great to get out there and take some in the field photos.


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