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Aug 11, 2014 21:42 |  #3166

^Awesome Chris. Top one is supercool.


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Aug 13, 2014 02:38 |  #3167

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Aug 13, 2014 03:59 |  #3168

Justinsmnz wrote in post #17073995 (external link)
An 8-minute exposure with the same setup:

Best job.


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Aug 13, 2014 04:56 |  #3169

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Aug 13, 2014 09:54 |  #3170

pkim1230 wrote in post #17092913 (external link)
Nice, where is this?

Thanks. It's in Waterford city, Ireland.




  
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Aug 21, 2014 16:25 as a reply to  @ Miki G's post |  #3171

Basilika St. Kastor, Koblenz, Germany

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Aug 25, 2014 14:07 |  #3172

Never had a tilt-shift lens, but if I could buy only one for landscape and panoramas, would you recommend the 17 or 24? So many amazing shots in each forum!


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Aug 25, 2014 14:22 |  #3173

lhoy wrote in post #17116940 (external link)
Never had a tilt-shift lens, but if I could buy only one for landscape and panoramas, would you recommend the 17 or 24? So many amazing shots in each forum!

If i will use a crop factor camera then 17mm, if a full frame camera then 24mm, but honestly speaking, both FLs are great, i also enjoy that 17mm on full frame, and sometimes there are shots i want to use 17mm over 24mm, but with shift most of the time 24mm doing the job.

17mm i use mostly where i want to have so wide single shot without shifting, 24mm is not ultra wide, so i know where i want to have a single one shot ultra wide where 17mm can be handy more than 24mm, but again, many shots i am happy with just 24mm ts lens


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Aug 26, 2014 06:29 |  #3174

lhoy wrote in post #17116940 (external link)
Never had a tilt-shift lens, but if I could buy only one for landscape and panoramas, would you recommend the 17 or 24? So many amazing shots in each forum!

Is filter usage a factor for you?

If so I'd go with the 24mm.
Whilst you can use filters on the 17mm it's not as 'easy' as on the 24mm.


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Aug 26, 2014 13:36 |  #3175

lhoy wrote in post #17116940 (external link)
Never had a tilt-shift lens, but if I could buy only one for landscape and panoramas, would you recommend the 17 or 24? So many amazing shots in each forum!

For landscape I would go 24. Easier to filter and a more versatile length. For architecture, streetscape or travel then the 17mm is a better choice (for me anyway).


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Aug 26, 2014 14:29 |  #3176

chrisd999 wrote in post #17119098 (external link)
For landscape I would go 24. Easier to filter and a more versatile length. For architecture, streetscape or travel then the 17mm is a better choice (for me anyway).

Means to have both :D ;)


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Aug 28, 2014 17:36 as a reply to  @ Tareq's post |  #3177

So called "Deutsches Eck" in Koblenz, where the rivers Rhine and Moselle meet.

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Aug 29, 2014 01:01 |  #3178

Tareq wrote in post #17116977 (external link)
If i will use a crop factor camera then 17mm, if a full frame camera then 24mm, but honestly speaking, both FLs are great, i also enjoy that 17mm on full frame, and sometimes there are shots i want to use 17mm over 24mm, but with shift most of the time 24mm doing the job.

17mm i use mostly where i want to have so wide single shot without shifting, 24mm is not ultra wide, so i know where i want to have a single one shot ultra wide where 17mm can be handy more than 24mm, but again, many shots i am happy with just 24mm ts lens


What about for product photography? Which one would be the optimal lens for jewelry and food photography? Would it be better just to get a macro lens or is the tilt function a much better option to get everything in focus?




  
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Aug 29, 2014 01:14 |  #3179

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What about for product photography? Which one would be the optimal lens for jewelry and food photography? Would it be better just to get a macro lens or is the tilt function a much better option to get everything in focus?

Well, i am not good about food or product photography, i am just trying to learn to do it nowadays slowly because i bought a tabletop, but if i will use a lens for this kind of photography then i have 2 options:

1. Macro lens and trying to shoot tethering and doing stacking shots to increase DoF.

2. Using a tilt shift lens, Canon have TS-E 90mm, this will be my next lens to buy for food/jewelry photography i hope.

Other options that can be done but it is either expensive or too much setup is using a large format or tech cam that have TS feature and place your DSLR on it and then use the movements, in the past a view camera is the legend for this photography, and it is the origin idea of tilt/shift lenses in fact.


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Aug 29, 2014 23:08 |  #3180

Famous architectural parking garage in Miami Beach, called 11 11 or 1111 Lincoln Road. No walls, all open space, with 7 levels of parking. Will shoot the outside of it someday soon (in the right light) - but it's pretty impressive inside especially for a car shoot.

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