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Nov 22, 2011 01:50 |  #1201

Thanks - agree - I thought it looked ok at first - but you live and learn ...

It is a great bit of glass! Need much more practice..... oh and wear my glasses :lol:

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I like the first one but, it's leaning a bit to the right. :)


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Nov 22, 2011 02:40 |  #1202

ncsa wrote in post #13434248 (external link)
Thanks - agree - I thought it looked ok at first - but you live and learn ...

It is a great bit of glass! Need much more practice..... oh and wear my glasses :lol:

No, it's all good. Just pointing it out is all. :) There is a bit of a learning curve and you must be more meticulous in your composition and framing. I wear contact lenses too. So, we're in the same boat. ;)




  
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Nov 22, 2011 03:16 as a reply to  @ jdizzle's post |  #1203

I will often use a spirit level on the hotshoe and get the camera absolutely level both horizontally and vertically. Before I do any shifting, I will tilt the camera back very slightly. I then shift the lens to include all of the building.
Often, perfectly straight verticals don't look quite right as your brain is used to seeing buildings 'lean'. So introducing a small amount of lean by tilting the camera backwards slightly can help the image look more 'normal' to the viewers eye.


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Nov 22, 2011 03:18 |  #1204

^Thanks for the tip Scuff. :)




  
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Nov 22, 2011 03:24 |  #1205

Really appreciate the feed back - here's another - which I think is straight ?

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No, it's all good. Just pointing it out is all. :) There is a bit of a learning curve and you must be more meticulous in your composition and framing. I wear contact lenses too. So, we're in the same boat. ;)

Second that - will practice that

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^Thanks for the tip Scuff. :)

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Nov 23, 2011 01:29 |  #1206

HI everyone..few more pics from my holiday. I noticed that 24 tseii has better colour and contrast than most of canon lens but still cant beat zeiss 21mm..i wish they come in one package lol

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Nov 23, 2011 08:23 as a reply to  @ bobjob's post |  #1207

Just for a little something different, here's an example where this lens was useful during a wedding. I wanted to take a photo in front of the murals with the whole bridal party, and my back was up against a wall so I couldn't back up any further and use a longer lens. I backed up as far as I could and shifted up quite a bit in order to keep everything straight and minimize distortion. Not just for landscapes and making things look small, ya know? ;)

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Nov 23, 2011 08:49 |  #1208

^I agree. This lens is certainly not geared for just landscapes. ;)




  
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Nov 23, 2011 13:02 |  #1209

Nice one timnosenzo, considering the space constraint. How did you light this?


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Nov 23, 2011 13:17 |  #1210

windpig wrote in post #13441525 (external link)
Nice one timnosenzo, considering the space constraint. How did you light this?

Oh that's the best part - the wall to my back was actually all glass! Just nice soft natural light pouring in. :D


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Nov 23, 2011 14:09 |  #1211

Very nice pictures, everyone!


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Nov 23, 2011 14:28 |  #1212

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The Roman (indoor) Pool

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Nov 23, 2011 19:14 |  #1213

^Nice Anatoliy. I was there in 2009 and I just wish I had this lens and the 17 TS during my trip! :p




  
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Nov 23, 2011 19:42 |  #1214

jdizzle wrote in post #13443013 (external link)
^Nice Anatoliy. I was there in 2009 and I just wish I had this lens and the 17 TS during my trip! :p

It was absolutely miserable day: very cold, windy and foggy. Just took a few pictures for one reason: "I was their" :D. In the mean time, my son was taking pictures with Canon EF 14 mm and we both agreed that TS-E 24 was much better for this occasion. Totally agree about both TS-E lenses.


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Nov 28, 2011 02:59 |  #1215

Dunno why Flickr is artifacting my sky in this shot... it only shows up on this smaller version on the page:

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