Ultra Wide Architecture

Ray Sachs

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Not too far from Philly
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you should be able to figure it out...
There are few things I find more enjoyable with photography than taking an ultra-wide to some interesting (or potentially interesting) architecture. The local University just graduated and I headed down there this morning. I rarely did much photography down there when the main school year is in session - don't want to be the creepy old guy walking around with a camera with all of those kids walking and sitting around. Spent a few minutes at the student union building and the music building (where my younger daughter spent a good chunk of her youth) with the XT1 and Fuji's new-ish 10-24. I think these were all at 10mm - it really may as well just be a fixed 10mm in my hands - that's pretty much how I use this lens.

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West Chester University-15-Edit by ramboorider1, on Flickr

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West Chester University-20-Edit by ramboorider1, on Flickr

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West Chester University-33-Edit by ramboorider1, on Flickr

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West Chester University-5-Edit by ramboorider1, on Flickr

The music building, in the shape of a grand piano:

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West Chester University-34-Edit by ramboorider1, on Flickr

-Ray
 

RT Panther

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Another 'good show' here!

There are few things I find more enjoyable with photography than taking an ultra-wide to some interesting (or potentially interesting) architecture. The local University just graduated and I headed down there this morning. I rarely did much photography down there when the main school year is in session - don't want to be the creepy old guy walking around with a camera with all of those kids walking and sitting around. Spent a few minutes at the student union building and the music building (where my younger daughter spent a good chunk of her youth) with the XT1 and Fuji's new-ish 10-24. I think these were all at 10mm - it really may as well just be a fixed 10mm in my hands - that's pretty much how I use this lens.

14089121167_fdc89e075c_h.jpg
West Chester University-15-Edit by ramboorider1, on Flickr

14275684395_e302acdadc_h.jpg
West Chester University-20-Edit by ramboorider1, on Flickr

14275238534_a24d5c2483_h.jpg
West Chester University-33-Edit by ramboorider1, on Flickr

14089031689_0ba1f68fbe_h.jpg
West Chester University-5-Edit by ramboorider1, on Flickr

The music building, in the shape of a grand piano:

14273617012_33a684a3f6_h.jpg
West Chester University-34-Edit by ramboorider1, on Flickr

-Ray
 

Ripleysbaby

supernatural anesthetist
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Cumbria UK
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Garry
I was thinking of this thread while on the ECG .
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Ray Sachs

Legend
Location
Not too far from Philly
Real Name
you should be able to figure it out...
I was looking for a thread to stick a couple of ultra-wide architectural shots in and did a search, and damned if it didn't turn up this old thread I'd started for exactly the same type of thing last Spring. The stuff I shot then was with the Fuji 10-24 and an XT1 or XE2. Now that I've moved on from Fuji, these are with the Df and the Rokinon 14mm. This was one of the very first lenses I bought when I switched to Nikon full frame (and I think the ONLY of my current lenses I bought new!), but I've barely used it, having added a Zeiss 21mm which I use for most of my wide shooting. But I've seen some good stuff from this lens lately and decided I ought to pull it out more. So today I took it for a short walk and grabbed a few shots. One ultra wide - two ultra-tall...

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Rokinon-28-Edit by ramboorider1, on Flickr

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Rokinon-15-Edit by ramboorider1, on Flickr

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Rokinon-21-Edit by ramboorider1, on Flickr

-Ray
 

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