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Old 10-08-2012, 08:03 AM   #1
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First Shots : Canon EF-S 10-22mm (plus Club 33!)

While on a trip to corporate HQ (in CA) for a week's worth of training I discovered that my company had a Club 33 membership! With a 4 day trip to DL/DCA already planned for after the training was complete I was lucky enough to get a reservation for a Sunday lunch.

That was all the excuse I needed to finally pull the trigger on a lens that I had been eyeing for sometime...here are a handful of early shots.







And of course - the 'reason' I bought the lens - a few from Club 33.





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Old 10-08-2012, 08:11 AM   #2
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Great shots! Looks like a nice diversion from works.
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Old 10-08-2012, 11:48 AM   #3
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Great shots! We're firm believers that an UWA lens is the best Disney parks lens, captures the size and scope of things so well (like your castle & Flo's pictures).
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Is it just me or does every picture at Disneyland look awesome. Lovely use of the ultra wide angle. I absolutely love the Motherland of all Disney parks. My home away from home.
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We're firm believers that an UWA lens is the best Disney parks lens
I understand - there were definitely a LOT of 'new' shots that became available with the UWA lens. You do have to learn to step up right next to the subject to get the most interesting pictures though.

I'm looking forward to printing some large (11x17 or bigger) versions of some of the shots.
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While on a trip to corporate HQ (in CA) for a week's worth of training I discovered that my company had a Club 33 membership! With a 4 day trip to DL/DCA already planned for after the training was complete I was lucky enough to get a reservation for a Sunday lunch.

That was all the excuse I needed to finally pull the trigger on a lens that I had been eyeing for sometime...here are a handful of early shots.
a wide angle lens is fun, wish I had one
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