I am really getting to like this 28mm f.1.8 lens. For the majority of my landscape images it is wide enough, although sometimes I have a feeling that something a little wider would be nice, such as an 18 or 21mm prime lens. There are a couple of seascape images below from this lens to indicate its capabilities.
The above image is of Nudgee Beach here in Queensland where there is a large tidal flow with much of the sand and mud exposed, making it nice for photography as the tide changes.
I do not yet have an adapter ring for this lens to use my Lee filter system and look forward to trying the filters on this lens once the adapter ring arrives.
The above image is also from Nudgee Beach and also taken with the 28mm f/1.8, but a little closer to the mangroves. It was close to sunset at the time, which gave a little extra colour to the sand in the distance and near the horizon.
The more I use this lens the happier I am. It appears sharp enough corner to corner for landscapes which is one of the critical factors as far as I am concerned for these types of images.
Stay tuned for more images in the next few weeks once I can use the Lee filters on the lens.