Canon 10mm vs 18mm for landscapes

Started May 20, 2013 | Discussions thread
Jeff Peterman
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Re: Canon 10mm vs 18mm for landscapes

The difference between 10mm and 18mm is HUGE - 10 mm gives almost double the viewing angle (think of 18/10 for the factor). If you really want a wide expansive view, the 10mm focal length is  much better.

I have 17-55 and 10-22 lenses. For normal shooting, I don't often use the 10-22, but I use the wider lens a lot when shooting landscapes (and weddings).

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