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Sep 17, 2010 16:28 |  #256

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Sep 20, 2010 04:04 as a reply to  @ post 10906736 |  #257

Stokesay Castle in Shropshire, England

1Ds2, 3mm shift.

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Sep 20, 2010 18:39 |  #258

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Nothing special, just clean images!

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Sep 20, 2010 19:29 |  #259

Scuff wrote in post #10941324 (external link)
Stokesay Castle in Shropshire, England

1Ds2, 3mm shift.

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Very nice!

But normally when I think of a castle, I imagine turrets, moats and draw bridges! :D

What are the official features that distinguishes a castle from a house?

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Sep 20, 2010 20:38 |  #260

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Nothing special, just clean images!

This one.

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Sep 21, 2010 00:10 |  #261

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Very nice!

But normally when I think of a castle, I imagine turrets, moats and draw bridges! :D

What are the official features that distinguishes a castle from a house?

Cheers!


Thanks for your comments. This is actually the entrance gate house to the castle. The castle also has a moat!


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Sep 21, 2010 03:27 |  #262

Scuff wrote in post #10941324 (external link)
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Wow! Amazing shot! I must own this lens! :)




  
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Sep 25, 2010 18:09 |  #263

Finally starting to use that tilt function to add some small interest to photos...

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Sep 25, 2010 18:48 as a reply to  @ ken2000ac's post |  #264

Nice composition, Kenny! ;)

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Sep 25, 2010 20:13 |  #265

That shot is trippy Kenny! Awesome composition and the selective focus just makes it rock.


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Sep 26, 2010 07:44 |  #266

Thanks guys! This lens is just so much fun, it's easy to use it for just about everything.


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Sep 26, 2010 09:09 |  #267

jdizzle wrote in post #10829300 (external link)
Please explain to me your logic of how you would use a TS-E for portraits. :)

very sorry I somehow missed your question !

thank you JelleVerherstraeten for the link, it is very good indeed !

I shoot a lot of people and details, small things that makes sense like parts of kimono ... I hope the TS-E will help me to gain a new liberty DOF control and have some fun

for example I would like to have a geisha portrait with only eyes sharp, the flat DOF would cover also the hears, but would leave the red lips out of focus ...

I work a lot on evocation, not description, so DOF effect is always very welcomed, you can see a few selected image here to give yourself an idea here :
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when I finally buy some TS-E, I will report the results if any (but probably in the 45mm thread, I really love the images made by this lens )

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Sep 26, 2010 09:16 |  #268

alainphoto wrote in post #10980089 (external link)
very sorry I somehow missed your question !

thank you JelleVerherstraeten for the link, it is very good indeed !

I shoot a lot of people and details, small things that makes sense like parts of kimono ... I hope the TS-E will help me to gain a new liberty DOF control and have some fun

for example I would like to have a geisha portrait with only eyes sharp, the flat DOF would cover also the hears, but would leave the red lips out of focus ...

I work a lot on evocation, not description, so DOF effect is always very welcomed, you can see a few selected image here to give yourself an idea here :
http://www.alaindavreu​x.com/ (external link)

when I finally buy some TS-E, I will report the results if any (but probably in the 45mm thread, I really love the images made by this lens )

alain

It's quite alright Alain. :) Thanks for giving me insight on how a tilt shift would do well in potraiture. Most of my shooting is landscapes and the 24 TS-E would certainly benefit. Thanks! :)




  
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Sep 27, 2010 00:12 |  #269

Not your typical subject for this lens, but the rental company didn't have the 24L II in stock.

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Sep 28, 2010 14:25 |  #270

hi all!
i have the TS-E 24mm 3.5 (version 1)on the (5dm2) and it is hands down the sharpest lens i have ever used.

as far as i can tell, the difference between the old version and the new version is the fact that you can rotate the tilt to shift without removing the 4 set screws on the lens. otherwise, i think the glass is exactly the same.

when i got my lens, the tilt and the shift were aligned with each other. i pulled the screws out and set the tilt to shift back to the factory alignment.

i am doing the conversion again back to the other way right now actually.

would anyone like to see photos of the conversion?
if so, should i start a new thread showing the details of the operation?


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