Landscape photography Video – The best 3 lenses!

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What’s the Best Lens for Landscape Photography?

I’ve always said that you should do two things when it comes to camera equipment and lenses…

  1. Buy a GOOD DSLR camera (Doesn’t need to be overly expensive but a decent brand with lots of resolution)
  2. Purchase the BEST lens you can afford!

But, which is best? Research this carefully because you could end up spending big bucks and still not get what you need!

If you are a beginner landscape photographer, I’m sure you’ve asked this question: “What’s the best landscape photography lens?” Most of us have at one time or another

Well, you’ve come to the right place!

This quick video shares 3 of the best lenses for landscape photography and I’m sure you’ll come away with some ideas for your photo gear bag.

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The Video – Best Three lenses for Landscape Photography

In this video I am going to share with you, which are my 3 favorite lenses for landscape photography.
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30 thoughts on “Landscape photography Video – The best 3 lenses!

  1. The 20mm has been on my wish list for a while, I may have to get it now!!

  2. what a beautiful voice you have! It’s a pleasure to listen to you. I’m italian but I understand your english well. thanks for the useful video. ciao

  3. Thanks for this. Every person starting out in landscape photography should see this video before they buy their kit! I wish I had.

  4. Great review and info.
    My 3 lenses for Nikon is 16-35 f4, 50 f1.8 and Tamron 70-200 f2.8 G2.

  5. Having a limited budget I need a lease that does it all. I was advised to buy an inexpensive body and use my available budget on a good lense. I purchased a Nikon D3300 and a Nikon 18-140 lens. For under $1000 I could not be happier with the range of landscape photos I can take.

  6. Finally going to buy the 20mm 1.8ย Nikon lens, thanks to your review. I just came back to watch again, thanks again Attilio….we miss you buddy, hope all is well. take care..be safe.

  7. Thank you so much for this video. You confirmed some things for me. I was once facing the decision to buy the 14-24 *not 12-24 haha, and decided, after much research that all I really needed was the 16-35. Any time someone is thinking of getting into photography and they are on a tight budget I often tell them to grab a Crop sensor body, any will do and buy a 50mm 1.8. You’ll learn so much with that lens and it will be with you right on through should you move into Full Frame. Few things beat a nifty fifty but in this video you got me thinking about it in an entirely new way. I’d never thought much of using it for Panos but now I can’t wait to try. I did, like most eventually buy the 24-70 and I don’t regret it for a moment but I think I’ll start keeping my 50 in the bag cause I can certainly see why using that for Panos can reward a much better image. Thank you! I couldn’t agree more regarding a telephoto for landscape. The intimacy of a telephoto comp is hard to beat. Lastly, the reason Youtube put me onto this video was that I just purchased the 20mm 1.8 for Astro photography and fireflies. I have a feeling the next time I leave to go on a landscape excursion my bag is going to be much much lighter because of your advice. The 24-70 and even possibly the 16-35 may be staying home and instead being replaced by the 20mm and 50mm. I’ll however still be lugging the 70-200 2.8 Can’t leave home without that one!
    Looking forward to more content

  8. My wife just bought me the Nikon 20mm prime for my birthday yesterday. I did couple of quick test shots yesterday of a temple next to our condo, however it started to rain so I had i stop… I’m so happy and impressed with how sharp and crisp this lens is, I cant wait to get out into Chinatown when this damm rain stops…lol

  9. Is 18-55 mm good for landscape photography? Iโ€™m using with it 7d

  10. Your video was a breath of fresh air from all the other videos Iโ€™ve seen covering this topic. Iโ€™m going to go take some panoramas with my 50. Thanks

  11. I got 20mm 1.8 after watching this video. I am so happy with results, Now I have, 20mm, 50mm, for landscapes..
    A 105mm macro is on the way, and I plan to add a 200-500mm to my kit for portraits and wild-life.. I shoot with the good & old D700

  12. A 70-200 is my favourite. It gives you so many possibilities to create something more unique and interesting plus it’s great for panos without the distortion effect you get with a wide angle.

  13. Hey, loved the video.
    Actually I’m a sony user. I was wondering whether Samayang 14mm or Irix 15mm would be better for landscapes as I’m in a very tight budget….

  14. I had three nikon aps-c cameras over 5 years and the 55-200 was my favourite Nikkor on those bodies. I hear you!

  15. @Attilio Ruffo Signor Ruffo, I figured you were Italian , I’m familiar with the accent.

  16. @John Drummond is the tamron 24-70 mm g2.. Any good… Or lot of focus issues.. I thinking of buying one

  17. @Saab Van Der Linden I have the original, not the G2. I understand the G2 is sharper, focuses faster, and quality consistency is better. Check user reviews on B&H or Amazon re the G2.

  18. I agree with you about composing with prime lenses. I carry seven primes ranging from 12mm to135mm and I have used every lens but my favorites are 20mm and 28mm. I would suggest that you add 28mm to your bag.

  19. At the moment my Tamron 24-70 f2.8 but itโ€™s a heavy beast. I also have the Nikon 70-200 f4 which I love. I recently bought a secondhand Nikon 35mm f2D which has opened my eyes to the advantages of fixed prime lenses as results have been stunning and itโ€™s as light as a feather. Iโ€™ve had the 20mm on my shopping list. Once thatโ€™s bought I will bid a fond farewell to my Tamron.

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