So I finally did it, bought the 24mm L TS-E Mk1 that I've had my eye on for a really long time. So now it's time to learn to use this thing properly.
I've been playing with it, and the first round of pictures that I took, I think, look like total crap. I did take them handheld, so I know that is part of the problem. I was in a hurry on the way home from a jobsite and came across a building that I thought could lend itself to my exploration, so I went for it.
Does anyone have any pointers or places for me to start? I've read many tutorials, but most of them just show me how to make things look like toys, not correct perspective for building applications.
The pictures below averaged about 6 degrees shift with no tilt. I found that that seemed to make this building look the most in perspective. For the handheld application, the most I could get was down was about f/6.7 before having to stabilize with something, even with full sunlight.
I'm open to feedback, pointers, links. Thanks for the help...