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You often read that large telephoto focal lengths are only useful in wildlife or bird photography, just as I like to use my 100–500mm lens. But in landscape photography?

I took the cover picture for my last blog post about Schleimünde in the golden light with 500mm. Impressive, isn’t it?

I took the same shot just a few minutes later, after changing the lens to 24mm. You can see it here in the title, always alternating with the 500mm shot.

What makes more of an impression?
I look forward to many comments on how you see it. Use the holiday time around the turn of the year to discuss this topic.

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  1. Roswitha Volquardsen
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    Ein sehr beeindruckendes Foto, lieber Marc!

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