Melbourne at 12mm

or close enough. One of the fun times I had in Melbourne was with the 12-24mm on my new baby (The 5d was only 2 days old when I took it to Melbourne) lapping up the full frame goodness of been able to get shots like this of a cyclist in Fitzroy.

Turning off Johnston St, Fitzroy

Or this one of St Paul’s
St Pauls from Swanston & Flinders @ 12mm

Some others, click for bigger photos as always
Phat Wheels @ 12mm Getting off on Elizabeth St texting & walking at 13mm Waiting on the Mall Swanston St at 12mm Long legs on Swanston St Pedestrians and St Pauls @ 12mm Getting off the tram at 12mm Melbourne from the hip at 12mm Cyclist on Flinders St, at 12mm the end of the day at 17mm The GPO @ 12mm Waiting on Burke St Waiting for the tram at 17mm the daily grind at 13mm Famous at 12mm Smith St, Fitzroy at 12mm

I love this lens way more than I loved it on the 350d and the 5D, I love it so so so much; noise at high iso is extremely limited, it has a much wider dynamic range than the 350d, which I love as it means that I rarely have blown out skies as you can see from the photos above. I just love it.

2 Replies to “Melbourne at 12mm”

  1. do you shoot raw and bring the sky back or jpeg and the blowouts just don’t happen because of the higher dynamic range?

    the wide angle is quite cool though.. i might be rethinking my earlier thoughts about the 5D. πŸ™‚

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