First outing with new 7-14

RonSmith

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I just got the Panasonic 7-14 on Friday and took it out for a bit yesterday. This lens is amazing, but will take some thought and practice to get the most out of it. I have to try to avoid the symmetrical composition, but it is the best way to avoid distortion.

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Results look excellent and what a focal range! I think you willl get some great results with it. :smile:
 

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Oh yes, Cranbrook! Have you shot there before? I will definitely check your Flickr site out, thanks Ron.

Yup, I knew I knew of Cranbrook Academy of Art!:thumbup: My memory banks still retain somethings from my past.:biggrin: Not that I attended, but I was a fine arts major, and all that.:wink:
 

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ron smith, your pics are amazing. i like the effect that ultra wide gives. i have a question tho, is there any way to fit a polarizer filter on the 7-14?
 

HuubL

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Great shots! Here's the first shot of my newly arrived 7-14:
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Ron

Don't overlook one really important aspect about shooting with a focal length as wide as 7mm; look for interesting subjects close to you that create the lead in to the broader subject. Try to include things in the foreground as well as background, symetrical as well as asymetrical.

Cheers

Ray
 

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