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Nov 19, 2012 15:34 |  #1

400 year old tree on our property
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Nov 19, 2012 15:57 |  #2
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sorta cool. would have looked better without the tilt effect. the foreground would have really added to the depth and composition. i like the dynamic tones but its a bit on the black side.


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Nov 19, 2012 17:07 |  #3

thanks for the comment,
I just got the lens and we were trying out different things to try to learn what this new lens can do.
When I took the photo I thought that I had everything zeroed out but for some reason the tilt moved and I didn't notice it until I got back. it was the only HDR that I did today.


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Nov 23, 2012 03:12 |  #4

Thats a great pic but theres an extreme about of blur/oof to the left, needs a clean?



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Nov 23, 2012 07:10 |  #5

thanks for your comments they are appreciated
The blur on the left is an effect of the TS-e lens. You can change the plane of focus with it. I was using the effect to hide some stuff that I didn't want to show in the background.

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Thats a great pic but theres an extreme about of blur/oof to the left, needs a clean?


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sas8888 wrote in post #15279018 (external link)
thanks for your comments they are appreciated
The blur on the left is an effect of the TS-e lens. You can change the plane of focus with it. I was using the effect to hide some background that I didn't want to show in the background.

Yes, I use a 17mm TS for my architectural work.


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Nov 27, 2012 00:49 |  #7

gorgeous ,,




  
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