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If you capture near-in-front-of-you architecture without tilt-shift functionality, a very wide angle helps a lot get whole buildings / scenery into the frame. But there may arise perspective problems. The ultra wide angles of this lens helps to get things corrected in post. Two examples where Capture One's keystone correction helped to get things vertical.


KP DA*11-18 @ 11 C1Pro keystone correction


KP DA*11-18 @ 16 C1Pro keystone correction
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Elevator & Mirror


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x-post - From A Recent Hike ...


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(x-post from the K-1 thread) Some with K-1 plus DA*11-18 images ...


K-1 FF mode 16mm f/5.6


K-1 FF mode 15mm f/8

And two very near distance captures at f/2.8 where you can get an impression how transition to unsharp areas looks like ...


K-1 FF mode 18mm f/2.8


K-1 FF mode 16mm f/2.8
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Catherine Hill Bay nights

Just posted a review of this lens, so thought I'd use one of hte images to breathe some life into this thread



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QuoteOriginally posted by Grimmus Quote
Just posted a review of this lens, so thought I'd use one of hte images to breathe some life into this thread
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No pulse yet.....

Another resusc attempt, if no signs of life, going to get the defribrillator out

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QuoteOriginally posted by acoufap Quote

So today was at the Tegernsee, Bavaria ... extrem bright light yielding strong contrasts ...

This time I had my KP with me.

"Welcome!"


KP DA*11-18 @ 11 f/11


"A Baby Star Is Born"


KP DA*11-18 @ 18 f/11


Steep Slope by Post Processing


KP DA*11-18 @ 14 f/9


Into The Sun


KP DA*11-18 @ 14 f/11
Capture One Pro had no problem cleaning up some purple fringing in the extrem contrasty areas



Some great definition there. V keen to try this one.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Ed Winchester Quote
Some great definition there. V keen to try this one.
Yes, a great lens. Love it and clearly recommend it.

I use it with the KP and K-1. Some years ago I didn't think I'd enjoy shooting that

wide! But time and we are changing. :-)
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Weak pulse detected, resuscitation efforts continue.......

One from November 2020 when the milky way core was setting early in the night in the southern hemisphere. A bit of light painting for the foreground and zodiacal light framing the "nargun".


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Anybody out there?

Where are all the DA*11-18 mm shooters? If you have this absolutely stellar lens, it is your civic duty to share ....... ;-)

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Another from the late 2020 with the Milky Way setting just after dark. The old shed watches it slip below the horizon, stacked and light painted with a mix of ambient light from a nearby house

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Givin' it another spin

About 72 minutes (36 x 120s) of star trails at Catherine Hill Bay - 14mm at f2.8

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You did really breath some life into this thread. Great images. Appreciated.
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