Christopher Frost is one of the most prolific, thorough, and consistent lens reviewers on the internet, and so, when he offers his opinion, it is well worth taking the time to listen. In this great video, he discusses three of his favorite landscape photography lenses and why they are so well suited to the job.
Coming to you from Christopher Frost, this excellent video discusses three of his favorite lenses for landscape photography. In addition to Frost's choices, I would also add the Canon RF 24-240mm f/4-6.3 IS USM (or equivalent superzoom for your mount of choice). Years ago, I would staunchly rail against using a superzoom for anything, as I did not believe in compromising image quality for convenience. However, a combination of major improvements in modern lens design and a change of heart have made it one of my favorite lenses. Being able to walk with just a single camera and lens as opposed to a heavy backpack makes for a wildly different landscape photography experience, and it notably changes how many images you can get. If you haven't tried this approach yet, it's worth a shot. Check out the video above for Frost's full thoughts.
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