Super Wide Angle Lenses: Part 1
Late summer on the Golden Cap, the highest point on the south coast of England. From here the Jurassic Coast sweeps west towards Lyme Regis, while inland the green and pleasant land of Dorset rolls away into Devon. The sun is dipping in a sky full of streaky backlit cirrus. It’s a beautiful evening to be on my knees, crouching over the splayed tripod legs at their widest, lowest extension, peering through the eyepiece, fine-tuning my composition. On the cliff tops in front of me are clumps of purple ‘jobbies’, otherwise known as bell heather, verdant and bursting with colour just millimetres from the front element of my bulbous fisheye lens.
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