Better Images with Wide-Angle Lenses

Photographer, teacher, and author Tim Grey hosts a new video on how to improve your shots made with a wide-angle lens. The image below uses several of Grey's suggestions: a prominent feature in the foreground, the context or environment in which I found the subject, and some minor distortion caused by the camera and lens being close to the shed.

28mm lens on full frame sensor
Bannack State Park, Montana

You can view the hour-long video at the link below.

To learn more about your camera and digital photography, check out my classes at the Lifelong Learning Center in Missoula, Montana. Courses are available throughout the year.