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Nov 15, 2010 04:39 |  #391

Guess I'll post these too, I also took them along with the first:

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Nov 15, 2010 06:55 |  #392

^Nice! I think you'll eventually get that 17 TS. :)




  
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Nov 15, 2010 09:51 |  #393

jdizzle wrote in post #11286602 (external link)
^Nice! I think you'll eventually get that 17 TS. :)

I'd love to, if I'm honest. Couple things keep me from it though...

1.) Unable to use filters. I love long exposures using my ND filters, so that's a big negative.

2.) Too close to my 24 to justify the large cost. I'm sure I would definitely use the 17, but the 24 goes pretty wide with the movements when I can use a tripod.

All that being said, yes I would love to have it for sure. I'm quite jealous of you! But at the moment it's the sensible side of me that has won over. :)


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Nov 15, 2010 09:58 as a reply to  @ ken2000ac's post |  #394

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Nov 15, 2010 10:03 as a reply to  @ zone555's post |  #395

holy cow this lens is ground pounding!


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Nov 15, 2010 11:11 as a reply to  @ E.o.s's post |  #396

zone555, nice fresh perspective on the flat iron building! ;)

Every picture I see of it is always just the head on view.

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Nov 15, 2010 11:19 as a reply to  @ The Ghost of FM's post |  #397

Zone555 that first one is awesome. You nailed the focal plane pretty good. #2 does little for the for me.


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Nov 15, 2010 12:51 as a reply to  @ AbPho's post |  #398

Thanks for the compliments! :)

This is one of those lenses I need to use more of. Lots of good inspiration in this thread!


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Nov 16, 2010 02:12 |  #399

ken2000ac wrote in post #11287364 (external link)
I'd love to, if I'm honest. Couple things keep me from it though...

1.) Unable to use filters. I love long exposures using my ND filters, so that's a big negative.

2.) Too close to my 24 to justify the large cost. I'm sure I would definitely use the 17, but the 24 goes pretty wide with the movements when I can use a tripod.

All that being said, yes I would love to have it for sure. I'm quite jealous of you! But at the moment it's the sensible side of me that has won over. :)

Now that you've given me reasons, how about the Zeiss 21? ;):cool:




  
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Nov 16, 2010 02:13 |  #400

Wicked! :)




  
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Nov 16, 2010 02:37 |  #401

jdizzle wrote in post #11292675 (external link)
Now that you've given me reasons, how about the Zeiss 21? ;):cool:

Haha you really want me to spend more money, don't you!

The Zeiss is a truly remarkable lens; I just want to make that clear. However, I don't see how I could own it while simultaneously owning the TSE 24, which I have fallen head over heels for. Assuming the TSE 24 didn't exist, and it came down to the 17L or the Zeiss 21 - I'd probably end up with the Zeiss for sensible reasons, but only after going insane whilst trying to make my choice.

We truly live in a wonderful time for WA lenses, don't we?!


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Nov 16, 2010 02:41 |  #402

ken2000ac wrote in post #11292739 (external link)
Haha you really want me to spend more money, don't you!

The Zeiss is a truly remarkable lens; I just want to make that clear. However, I don't see how I could own it while simultaneously owning the TSE 24, which I have fallen head over heels for. Assuming the TSE 24 didn't exist, and it came down to the 17L or the Zeiss 21 - I'd probably end up with the Zeiss for sensible reasons, but only after going insane whilst trying to make my choice.

We truly live in a wonderful time for WA lenses, don't we?!

Hehe! :) We definitely live in a great time for wide angle. :cool:




  
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Nov 16, 2010 02:42 |  #403

Testing! Testing! :)

Filter used: Singh Ray 3 Stop Reverse GND.

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Nov 16, 2010 03:13 |  #404

Shot wide open with some tilting and shifting. :)

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Nov 16, 2010 03:16 |  #405

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Shot wide open some tilting and shifting. :)

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Ah, Lake Wheeler and Penny Rd! Gorgeous shot! I can't believe Autumn is finally impressive in Raleigh - after I move. Figures. This location really takes me back, and the TSE work really does it justice. Thanks for posting this one.


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