Let’s start with 28mm:
|Nikon D810, 28mm (28-200), 1/250, f/8, ISO 200|
This is the wide side of a 28-200mm that I do a lot of work with. As a shot of the field itself, it’s reasonably good. But let’s see what we get if we go a little wider.
|Nikon D810, 18mm (18-35), 1/400, f/10, ISO 200|
That’s 18mm (minus a bit of cropping I did to get rid of the roof). If I was taking a traditional landscape approach, this photo would probably be my choice.
But let’s go another 10mm down:
|Nikon D810, 8mm, 1/200, f/7.1, ISO 200|
Now that’s a fisheye view, so much so that the image gets vignetted. Still, that’s a 180 degree view.
I had even more fun with the 8mm lens that evening, as seen in this blog post.