© David A. Ziser
This image was created while on a trip to Sedona Arizona about a year ago. I'm intrigued by the perspective of really wide angle lenses and was using a Sigma 12-24mm lens on my canon 5D. This is the widest rectilinear corrected lens/camera combination available. It produces some unusual and beautiful results. I really like how the foreground was exaggerated emphasizing the water's blue color and complimenting the beautiful blue sky. Specs; Canon 5D with 12-24mm Sigma lens at 12mm - F10 @ 1/60 second at ISO 400.