Typically I tend to shoot within my comfort zone of portraiture, street and dabble a little with landscape. According to lightroom my most used focal lengths are around 28mm, 35mm, 55 and 85/90mm. Recently I've decided to stretch myself a little and learn to see and enjoy wider and longer focal lengths (ultra side 14-28mm and telephoto 135mm+ equivalents) Looking at some images I've taken - the lenses that I'm using are fantastic and perform great technically. I'm the problem! Everything starts and ends with composition and I'm really just not getting it at the ultra-wide end... and I really want to! I honestly believe that wide angle must be the hardest field of view to nail well. So while I'm not comfortable with it, I want to force myself to be. So pointers that I've heard so far ... 1. wide angle is all about perspective and playing with perspective so I should be composing with multiple subjects at different depths within the frame if using with people to get the sense of depth between a huge subject matter and distant subject matter. 2. I should try using wide angle for interior architecture to exaggerate interior perspective. 3. Landscape needs to have a foreground subject or some type of focal point to really get ultrawide to work ... So can anybody give me any advice, Thanks, Tom.