A few hand tilted experiments with a 30 year old enlarger lens (75mm F4N El-Nikkor). All are at f/4
[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/S9uKrf]xts_experiments_2 by Mark Turner, on Flickr
[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/SuAvzN]xts_experiments_1 by Mark Turner, on Flickr
[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/SuAvMm]xts_experiments_3 by Mark Turner, on Flickr
[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/S9uKwq]xts_experiments_4 by Mark Turner, on Flickr
[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/SuAvSS]xts_experiments_5 by Mark Turner, on Flickr
Setup, lens with foam rubber-banded around the threads, body cap with center removed for previous pinhole experiments
[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/SuAw1Y]xts_experiments_6 by Mark Turner, on Flickr
Setup with camera
[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/SuAvrG]xts_experiments_7 by Mark Turner, on Flickr
Background rambling - I have had this enlarger lens since I had a Bronica 645, and I suppose it has about 3" diameter of useful focus field. The Bronica is long since gone, but the enlarger lens made it through a bunch of moves and I was eyeing it the other day to either get rid of it or re-purpose it. I have a bunch of old 120 roll film still, and I was pondering building a holga-esque body and mating this to it, but I haven't gotten around to it. I have tried free-lensing it in front of the 60D before, but I never did anything to black out the 1.5 cm gap between the lens and the body before, and was never happy with it in that fashion. Today I cut a small strip of black closed cell foam, coiled it to fit around the lens threads, stuck it in the modified body cap which makes a very close fit, and started playing with it. All of these have some accidental tilt and shift, being hand-held.
The poodle has always been a difficult subject when she is facing me, for a close portrait her nose is very out of focus if her eyes are sharp without a very deep DOF. These aren't great, but they show some possibilities with her, and I'll keep playing, maybe including some smaller aperture attempts (the lens adjust from f/4 to f/22 in whole stop increments). And definitely in better light...