Nice, it is indeed creative. thanks!
Just an update Guys, for those who's in the same scenario as me.
I love my 10-24! it suit perfectly on my shooting style, portrait with scenery as background, and of course landscape shots as well.
I tried the big head shot as well, it was great =)
as mentioned a lot on this thread, avoid the corners =)
I ended up not using my 17-50 kekeke
it's a Nikkor Lens.
It really depends on the shooting style per individual i think.
I have tried prime before, but it doesn't suit me, though I only tried 50 and 35mm.
For my next travel I would only Bring my 18-200 together with my UWA just incase I need some reach.
For uwa, get the tokina 11-16, you won't go wrong.
For traveling, prime lens usually sit in my back. It is far far too troublesome to find a place to switch lens.
D700 - 24-70mm F2.8 ED - 105mm VR2 Micro - Samyang 14mm - 50mm 1.8D - Mb 10 - SB900 - SB400
anyway, it's still depends on your preference, I haven't use the Tokina, seen a lot of good reviews on it, but I'm happy with my Nikkor 10-24, I'm no pro as well =)
Tokina is a choice for it's cost ($400 ~ $500 cheaper) and its built. The F/2.8 is a bonus. But if u already have a nikkor, just stick to it.Originally Posted by D-Wade