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I find the ability to really fine-tune your cropping using a zoom is so useful. Plus, if you only shot with primes, you'd spend too much of your time hunched over your camera bag changing lenses and filter rings when you should be concentrating on the light, which can be so fleeting. Here are the best Canon lenses for landscape photography, covering all the options from wide-angle lenses for capturing a broad field of view to telephoto lenses for isolating small details from a distance.
Find out more. The range of focal lengths makes it suitable for everything from wider scenes to homing in on a single subject.
If I was going out and could only take one lens, this would be it. Mike Burnhill adds: "This is a fantastic all-round lens with a very high reputation for its performance — it's regarded as one of the best of its kind from any manufacturer. As it's an L-series lensthe weather-proofing is excellent — you can be confident that if you're working outdoors and the weather changes for the worse, it will work equally well.
A workhorse telephoto zoom lens deed for professional use, it has a rugged durable de, a 4-stop Image Stabilizer and specialised lens elements. If you want to make mountains look big, you use a long lens perspective — trees dwarfed by a mountain, for instance.
I love those tight graphic compositions you can get with a longer lens. The mm lens is also good for picking out details in the landscape at a distance. I also use it to create composite images made from several shots stitched together. As in other L-series lensesthe autofocus is powered by a ring-type USM motor that sits around the lens and drives the focusing very fast. If you want to, you can manually override the autofocus instantly by touching the focusing ring. The lens has a fluorite coating that keeps the lens clean; if it rains, the water just runs off it without allowing it to dry and form hard droplets that affect the image quality.
A compact, high-performance zoom lens. A 4-stop Image Stabilizer and high-quality optics deliver superb sharpness. I've found that the extra reach, going up to mm, is so useful," David says. It's a great lens, brilliantly sharp, and for its maximum focal length it's wonderfully portable.
It's even useful when the camera is on a tripod in exposed situations on hilltops, where strong winds are a problem. It's really good for tight, close-up details as well. One nice feature is the Zoom Touch Adjustment ring, which enables you to adjust tensioning for the zoom, according to the subject you're shooting. It also stops the focal length changing by accident if you tip the lens up or down.
It's great for a wide night-sky shoot when you really want to incorporate the Milky Way arcing above you. In those situations, you need to have confidence in your lens, to be able to shoot at the maximum aperture and still have corner-to-corner sharpness. It's very sharp at all focal lengths, and is especially impressive at the 16mm setting when shooting with the lens wide open. Also, the ability to shoot at 16mm gives you the kind of width you don't normally get in a photograph. It's good for scenes with a lot of detail, such as cityscapes, and the broad field of view is similar to what we see with our eyes.
Low distortion and excellent edge-to-edge sharpness, plus independent rotation of the tilt and shift mechanisms. For instance, if I'm using a wide-angle lens to shoot a landscape that has a strong vertical in the frame, such as a tree at the edge, the tree will look horrible leaning into the frame. The shift function enables you to keep everything square. Meanwhile, the 'tilt' function allows you to alter the plane of focus.
You can either use it for keeping everything from foreground elements to the far distance completely sharp, or for creating a minimal depth of field where only one element is sharp and the rest is blurred. Refined to deliver superb image quality right to the edges of the frame, with independent rotation of the tilt and shift mechanisms. They have UD ultra-low dispersion elements made of a special high-performance glass, through which light passes more easily and bends less.
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