You’ve Purchased a Wide-Angle Lens – Now What? – Free Quick Guide

Most lenses are bought with a specific problem or need in mind. 

Need to photograph the eye of a fly? Buy a macro lens. Need a versatile studio lens? Buy a 24-70 f/2.8. Need to photograph wildlife? Buy a 70-200 f/2.8. Bird photography? Buy a lens reaching up to 600mm.

The wide-angle lens is different.

It is often purchased because its owner feels that they have reached a plateau in their photography.

It’s time to grow in a different direction, they think. To try something new.

A wide-angle lens is perfect for that. It is unique in its capabilities and in the type of problems it solves.

Whatever the reason that you bought yours, I guess you are now thinking to yourself, “Well, this is it. I have it. Now what?”

That is what this guide is all about.

You can learn about using a wide-angle lens right now.

Photo Credit: Tobie Schalkwyk

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