>Equipment-wise, landscape photography will want an excellent >tripod, ballhead, remote release, and a complement of lenses >from ultra-wide to telephoto. Past that, experience will be >your greatest asset to improving your images, and that >probably means some amount of travel budgeted in as well. >
I have invested in a good Manifrotto tripod and ballhead and remote. Since landscape doesn't require higher ISOs or fast lenses, it comes down to what wide angle lens will produce the sharpest picture from edge to edge, right? Any suggestions along those lines?
Even though I travel a lot, living in Lancaster County, PA we have a lot of scenic views right here at home.
P.S. I love your Pigeon Point Lighthouse HDR photo. It's magical.