More of my rocks. TS-E 24 II + 7D
Purple fluorite (the same stuff they put in super telephotos - the colorless kind I think) and orange calcite. Leijei, China. About 7cm across. No tilt or shift.
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Dioptase. Kazakhstan. About 4cm across. No tilt or shift.IMAGE LINK: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cyanea_gw/5341849990/
Barite. China (?). About 8cm across. No tilt or shift. Lightroom 3: Brush used to increase exposure in the dark area at the center of the specimen.IMAGE LINK: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cyanea_gw/5341848812/
And a with/without tilt comparison:
Uvite (dark orange) on Magnesite (white). Unknown locality. Note the edge of the specimen in the lowest part of the frame. No shift.
Without tiltIMAGE LINK: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cyanea_gw/5341236009/
With downward tilt (I didn't record how much tilt but I remember it was about half-way. camera in same position).IMAGE LINK: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cyanea_gw/5341847614/
PP for all: Lightroom 3. Cropping, black clipping +2 to +4, brush to blacken background
Exif data available. Images link to my Flickr page.