07-28-2013 08:52 PM
07-29-2013 10:06 AM
Incidentally.... if you're ever wondering what images look like as taken by certain lenses, there's a website for this.
pixel-peeper.com indexes photos based on their meta data (I think the actual photos are at Flickr). E.g. you could, for example, pick the EF-S 10-22mm and they'd show you lots and lots of photos which were taken by that specific lens.
07-29-2013 11:38 AM
+1 to everything said. My only complaint with my 10-22 is that I can't use it on my full frame... but of course I knew that when I bought it. It's the best EF-S lens I've owned.
The 10-22 give you the ability to do some ultra-wide distortion shots for the artistic side, yet is highly correctable in post and allows for use in Architectural type shots where everything needs to be rectalinear. 99.9% of the Arch/RE shots I do were with the 10-22 (before I moved to full frame); a move which was funded entirely on money I made with the 10-22.