Wide-an­gle lens

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A wide-an­gle lens, such as this 16-35mm, can cap­ture a larger por­tion of the scene in front of you, thus fit­ting more into the im­age. How­ever, you need to take care to avoid large, empty ar­eas of fore­ground, so use com­po­si­tional tech­niques, such as the rule of thirds or lead­ing lines, to in­clude ad­di­tional ar­eas of in­ter­est in the frame.

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