East Coast Beach, Taiwan

I am usually a light photography related traveler (clothes on the other hand are quite a struggle…). One camera. One lens (my Canon 24-10 2.8 ii). But I decided to do things a bit differently on a recent road trip to the east coast of Taiwan. Since we were driving I decided I could take along more lenses to play with at the beach, and I’m thrilled that I did. I had great reach with my 135 2.0, quick responsiveness with my 24-70 2.8 ii, and a new creative outlet with my 24 3.5 tilt shift ii. Can you spot which lenses are used where below? One or two may just surprise you 🙂

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5 thoughts on “East Coast Beach, Taiwan

    1. Ooh…good guesses… actually # 1 and #2 are with the 135mm, and # 3,4, and the last image are with my tilt shift, the others with the 24-70 🙂

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    1. I love my Canon 24-70 2.8 ii. It’s my number one can’t live without you lens. I highly recommend it for travel and client sessions too!

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