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Jun 20, 2010 23:40 |  #226

Here's another - this is a 3-shot vertical panorama. Some may be interested to note that this shot was shifted completely (-12, 0, +12) with a 82-77mm filter adapter ring and a non-slim 77mm BW ND110 screw-on filter. No mechanical vignetting was present. Attaching the CPL also was another story.

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Jun 29, 2010 08:23 as a reply to  @ ken2000ac's post |  #227

Does anyone know there are old posts or links that explain in detail the principals behind how the tilt shift lenses work??? I understand the concept in basic terms but I would like to read up in further detail all of the options.

Thank you.


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Jun 29, 2010 12:20 |  #228

NEKKODDD wrote in post #10446609 (external link)
Does anyone know there are old posts or links that explain in detail the principals behind how the tilt shift lenses work??? I understand the concept in basic terms but I would like to read up in further detail all of the options.

Thank you.

Do some research on the Scheimpflug principle.



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Jun 29, 2010 15:36 |  #229

Here is a pretty good site on the tilt:
http://www.northlight-images.co.uk/article_p​ages/using_tilt.html (external link)


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Jul 07, 2010 03:31 as a reply to  @ windpig's post |  #230

A few mm of shift on this one. Processed in Lightroom 3.


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Aug 19, 2010 20:00 |  #231

Just a fun little test shot and a test video

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Aug 21, 2010 23:18 |  #232

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Aug 22, 2010 00:14 as a reply to  @ JonK's post |  #233

These miniature shots blow my mind. I have always wondered, what is happening technically, why does it look like it is a tiny toy set? I can't get my brain wrapped around the science/physics of it. Anyone have a way to explain this in an understandable way?

thanks,

Mike


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Aug 22, 2010 01:07 |  #234

NEKKODDD wrote in post #10764781 (external link)
These miniature shots blow my mind. I have always wondered, what is happening technically, why does it look like it is a tiny toy set? I can't get my brain wrapped around the science/physics of it. Anyone have a way to explain this in an understandable way?

thanks,

Mike

hey mike.

i can't explain it very well, but have a look at this wikipedia article:
http://en.wikipedia.or​g/wiki/Tilt-and-shift_lens (external link)

and this video shows what happens when you 'shift'
http://vimeo.com/68703​18 (external link)

and check these videos, too
http://vimeo.com …n%20tilt%20shif​t/d42f22ca (external link)

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Aug 22, 2010 09:14 as a reply to  @ Fahad79's post |  #235

Thank you!


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Aug 22, 2010 17:16 |  #236

you're welcome!

i hope it helped a little. from what i understand, the same effects can be achieved with a bellows between the camera and the lens.




  
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Aug 22, 2010 18:14 |  #237

Fahad79 wrote in post #10768020 (external link)
you're welcome!

i hope it helped a little. from what i understand, the same effects can be achieved with a bellows between the camera and the lens.

Only if you couple it to a lens which will allow infinity focus when using a bellows, and which has a larger image circle than a normal APS-C or FF image circle, and provided the bellows allows TS movements. IOW, you'd need a medium format lens in order to achieve TS effects on an APS-C or FF camera, a bellows, and likely still a special adapter. Actually, no bellows needed, only a special TS adapter.

This route is rather expensive too BTW.

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Aug 23, 2010 02:38 |  #238

thanks for the clarification, Wim.




  
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Aug 23, 2010 14:19 |  #239

Novoflex make a bellows (external link)that offer the nearest option to a true monorail camera. Not cheap but does offer more movements than a tilt/shift lens.

Can be used with medium format lenses (Mamiya M series are reasonaby cheap) or even enlarging lenses although few wide angle varients.


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Aug 24, 2010 21:57 |  #240

^^thanks for the link!




  
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