Distribution by Lens -- Cooperstown Trip

August 22, 2019  •  Leave a Comment

Nearly every time I return from a trip, I'm asked about which lenses I used to capture the images. At the end of a trip, I like to look at the distribution of shots by lens. Here's how it looked for my most recent road trip to Cooperstown. CLICK HERE to view my favorite images from this journey.

I used just one camera for the entire trip--the Nikon D850. 62% of my photographs were captured using the Nikon 14-24 2.8 lens. The reason for this is that the vast majority of the pictures from this trip are interiors. I visited many impressive cathedrals and libraries along the way. The trip included stops in Cleveland, Buffalo, Harrisburg, Richmond, Raleigh and Pittsburgh.

The Sigma fisheye accounted for just 5% of the pictures, but it's a very useful lens for me. It's a specialty lens that I don't use a lot, but when I need it there's nothing else that can do what it does. Here are a few images from this trip with the fisheye:

Library staircaseLibrary staircaseStaircase inside the Louis Stokes Wing of the Cleveland Public Library at the corner of Superior Avenue and East 6th Street in downtown Cleveland, Ohio on July 11, 2019 Pennsylvania State CapitolPennsylvania State CapitolInterior of the capitol rotunda in the Pennsylvania State Capitol at 501 N 3rd Street in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on July 19, 2019 Heinen's of ClevelandHeinen's of ClevelandHeinen's Grocery Store at 900 Euclid Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio on July 11, 2019. This building opened in 1907 as the Cleveland Trust Company Building. At that time, it was the third largest bank building in the United States.


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