Rarely do I put the subject in the center of the frame - but when I shoot super wide, the combination of the two, with the right subject, works.
This is a full sized design study, being sketched. Shot with the Nikon 1 V1 and the 6.7-13mm at the widest, which is 18mm equivalent.
There are some things to keep in mind while using this lens. It doesn’t seem to be as forgiving at the 10-30mm on the sharpness scale. For some reason it seems that I can get a sharper photo with less effort. Maybe I’m too lazy during the shoot - so I will have to shoot more to really determine if I have to adjust technique.
And, while indoors the lens is slow - slower than one would expect - but that is the way it goes - take it or leave it. Sharpening is applied in post ever so slightly, or the image looks overworked. I still have yet to print one of these — that will be this weekend to see how it looks.
Image was developed in LRoom in order to take advantage of the lens correction tools - something of which I can't do in ViewNX2. Although ViewNX2's development is superior with Nikon's secret sauce.