Why I am I so bad composing with wide angle lenses?

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Scottelly
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Re: Why I am I so bad composing with wide angle lenses?

I just came across this article, and wonder if you'd find it useful:

https://www.capturelandscapes.com/pro-tips-for-better-wide-angle-landscape-photography/

One of my favorite photographers, Albert Dross, shoots a lot of wide-angle stuff, mostly with a 16-35mm lens on a full-frame camera.

https://www.albertdros.com/world-landscapes

One of my favorite focal lengths is 35mm, so I'm seriously considering that 16-35mm GM lens for the Sony A7r IV, if I do indeed end up getting that camera. I think I will, because I love wide-angle stuff, and the 14-24 from my Sigma should work well on it for the wider stuff, and there is a full-frame Voigtlander 10mm f5.6 available for that camera too, which I think would be perfect for shooting interiors, like houses, cathedrals, boats, offices, and caves.

Shot with Canon 5 D with 17-40mm f4 L at 17mm

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