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Jan 14, 2014 10:27 |  #2896

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That's why I don't look in the 1Dx or 500mm or 600mm lens threads :)

Oh my, you are telling me now? It is too late mate.......


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Jan 15, 2014 15:13 as a reply to Tareq's post |  #2897

My first in interior shot of one of my projects. I have some more process but was eager to post this here. 5 shot HDR.

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Jan 15, 2014 15:30 |  #2898

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Jan 20, 2014 13:39 |  #2899

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Jan 21, 2014 13:55 |  #2900

Alex DiPietro wrote in post #16608386 (external link)
My first in interior shot of one of my projects. I have some more process but was eager to post this here. 5 shot HDR.

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Very nice looking image and a great job on the project. A couple nits, depending on your use: 1. clone out the dog. 2. A CPL might help cut the reflections on the counter and stainless steel.


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Jan 21, 2014 13:59 |  #2901

MNUplander wrote in post #16624481external link
Very nice looking image and a great job on the project. A couple nits, depending on your use: 1. clone out the dog. 2. A CPL might help cut the reflections on the counter and stainless steel.

+1 one the favorable comment and suggested improvements. I find a CPL on the TS-E to be particularly valuable on interior shots like this. It's as big as a pancake though. :lol:


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Jan 21, 2014 14:00 |  #2902

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Alex,
The only downside is that to change the angle of the Wonderpana, you have to remove screws and reposition it. For shots where tilt isn't in use, I just rotate the lens via the tilt rotator element and align the GND as I need to for portrait or landscape (or angled) orientation.

I felt that with this lens, limiting it's functionality in order to save $400 on a proper kit wasn't the best route to go. The lens is already a decent investment, and for a little more one can obtain a filter kit that is properly designed for it rather than hacked on.

I still use my Lee kit with my other lenses such as the 24-105L.

I believe that there is the new WonderPana FreeArc mounting system available on new purchases (or get parts for an upgrade conversion) that allow full rotation without having to remove the screws.

I'm thinking of getting a Wonderpana FreeArc filter system with the right mounts for both the 17mm TS-E F/4L and 14mm F/2.8L.


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Jan 21, 2014 16:17 |  #2903

Thanks DDL, I remember when I purchased my Wonderpana this was "in the talks". I'll check into it as an upgrade kit is definitely worth it.

Edit: Hmm, I found the upgrade kit but it only lists the Nikon 12-24 as a lens choice.

Have you seen the TS-E 17 version, and if so, can you provide a link?

The Fotodiox website is kind of a joke to navigate.

Here's what I found:
http://www.fotodioxpro​.com ...de-mount-replacement.htmlexternal link

I do see the full system is available for the TS-E 17.

I'm going to email them and figure out the right part number to order.


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Jan 21, 2014 20:19 as a reply to ddk632's post |  #2904

Thanks for the tips. I never thought about using a cpl to reduce the reflection in the stone. Which I so ultimately what I'm trying to showcase because that is what my business manufactures.... Thanks! As far as the cloning.... I'm not terribly great at it. This is another shot from the house. I three shift pano HDR. Three 5 shot exposures. This lens is just so sharp. I was previously shooting our projects with a 10-22 on a rebel.

Is a cpl available for the fotodiox system? The site really is a nuisance to navigate.

The pictures are just night and day...

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Jan 21, 2014 20:48 |  #2905

Alex DiPietro wrote in post #16625475external link
Is a cpl available for the fotodiox system? The site really is a nuisance to navigate.

Yes there are two 145mm versions. The standard one is cheaper at $119 and the multicoated one is $199.

Standard: http://www.fotodioxpro​.com ...rpana-145-66-systems.htmlexternal link

Multicoated: http://www.fotodioxpro​.com ...a-slim-mc-cpl-filter.htmlexternal link


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Jan 21, 2014 21:44 |  #2906

It's been a while since I've gotten a good image with my TS-E 17mm, I've been using my 24 more often but I had a great opportunity to use the 17 at Lake Tahoe at night this past weekend. Here's some of the images I got. The one where I'm on top of the pier is a 3 shot shift pano.

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Jan 22, 2014 03:04 |  #2907

DDL wrote in post #16624507external link
I believe that there is the new WonderPana FreeArc mounting system available on new purchases (or get parts for an upgrade conversion) that allow full rotation without having to remove the screws.

This is interesting, and something I thought the kit was missing.


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Jan 22, 2014 13:57 |  #2908

I just bought the wonderpana system, with a cpl and a 77mm adapter. I haven't had a chance to use it yet.

Here's a couple of 30 sec exposures from the other night. Full moon long exposures are a PITA for me.

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Jan 22, 2014 15:40 |  #2909

^^

Both nice, I like the first one though. The starry night theme is very cool. I need to do some of that myself.


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Jan 23, 2014 03:46 |  #2910

Cheers David. Even though it was a full moon, it is an adventure trying to focus 1/3 into the frame though ;)




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