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Photographer's Note

To continue a little theme of canoes along Hicks Lake this photo was taken from the same canoe I posted yesterday only I have now moved to focus on the tip of the canoe knot.
After some extensive research over which wide angle lens to purchase I came to the conclusion that this 10-22 lens stood above the third party lens. I found out that at 10mm it covers 109 degrees viewing which means that only four photos would be required to make a 360 panorama. Needless to say in this photo I am only about 7 inches away from this knot and the distance is still in fairly good focus. My apologies for lack of quality in the distant water because the original was very dark and I think I played with this too much in the process.
I have seen a number photos posted with this lens but have seldom seen any with close up details as shown here. If there is one thing in my opinion that makes for an interesting wide angle photo, it most definitely happens when you zoom in close to the subject. And getting close brings many creative options to the user. And with the morning sunlight and using f18 with and still having a shutter speed of 1/125 who needs a tripod. Enjoy!

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