This week marks the start of using my zoom-lenses for leaning to understand their fields of view as well as comparing it against prime lenses with the same focal length. comparison. The last for weeks have been very useful in understanding what I see with my naked eyes vs that of the camera because of the various focal lengths. The first lens that I will be suing this week is my super-wide angle Tamron SP 10-24mm lens.
Since I had a training session this morning at the Big Break Visiting Center I got there early to take this set of photos. Of the four subjects used during week 1-4, I selected the two best so that I can shoot at the high and low focal lengths limit of the lens. You should have no problem comparing them to the earlier sets.
All photos were taken with my Sony SLT α77 and Tamron SP 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 Di II lens, using Aperture mode, with a setting of f/16, White Balance set to daylight, ISO to 200 and 3-shot bracketing with +/- 0.7 EV. No post-process adjustments were made to the photos.