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Capturing the beauty of fall with tokina 11-16 f2.8

This is late November now and we have had already a few sessions of snow here in the Chicago area. We just received a significant snow storm this week as well, taking away all the changing colours of the fall season. We were still fortunate enough to savour the changing landscape and its beauty in the Naperville area. I am sharing some shots from the same. 
These shots were mostly taken handheld, over my Canon 80d and Tokina 11-16 f2.8 lens. The day I took these shots, the light was tricky and overcast. It was quite windy as well, however, the wide aperture of this lens helped capture sharp images, and get an excellent perspective. This is also the shoot, where I have started to notice issues with my Tokina 11-16 f 2.8 lens, where it has been giving me lens connection error, and I am working on identifying the exact scenario.  If you are interested to know what my diagnosis has been, pls check it out at the bottom of this post. Meanwhile, Enjoy these shots, and if you require the EXI…

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