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| p.1 #8 · Which Other Lens (es) ? Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley |
Thanks for all the advice! Do you think it's worth it to buy or rent a Canon 14 L II? Or is a Canon 16-35 L II better?
FWIW, some of my best pics of Jackalope were taken with an old 28mm Zuiko bolted to my APS-C Drebel. Whatever your FL, you will find plenty of compositions to shoot. People often have the notion that they 'must' have compete FL coverage from 2mm to 2000. This point of view might have some merit if you were going to shoot the canyon day after day for weeks on end. But for the average 1~2 hour tour, you'll never come close to exhausting the possibilities shooting the lenses you already have.
If you're set on adding a lens, I'd suggest a simple 17. It's wide enough to be fun, yet not quite as difficult to use as a 14. A 17 will 'get' all of Horseshoe Bend too. (If you visit HSB, try to arrive early or late in the day, and be sure to hike along the rim to get away from the 'default' viewpoint.)