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Examples on this page were shot using the full-frame 21MP Canon 5D Mark II in the White Mountains of California (just east of the Sierra Nevada), in late September 2011.
While shooting some of these examples, I really felt that the 8-15/4L expanded my shooting range to capture landscapes that are so open and expansive.
Images on this page are presented in color spaces other than sRGB, so be sure to view them with a colorspace-aware browser, like current versions of Apple Safari or Mozilla Firefox (not Internet Explorer or others).
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