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Oct 07, 2006 04:08 |  #31

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I always thought that the TSE lens' where just to correct for distortion on buildings. I didn't know they made thsi type of effect on pictures also. Where you far away for these shots or similar distance as with a normal lens?

well, there is specific rule as how far you need to be from the objects, but my personal experience tells me the higher you go, the better the effect.


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Oct 08, 2006 21:52 |  #32

never seen anything like it


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Oct 09, 2006 09:41 |  #33

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never seen anything like it

now you have :D

but was it good or bad?


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Oct 09, 2006 12:29 |  #34

Great images. I really like this TSE use.


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Oct 09, 2006 14:57 |  #35

Cheers Jaime :D


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Oct 09, 2006 17:08 as a reply to  @ sGu's post |  #36

Very well done and they really do have your brain and eyes working over time ;)


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Oct 09, 2006 23:55 |  #37

i though that all those were real.



  
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Oct 10, 2006 00:02 |  #38

absolutely amazing, i wish i hadnt clicked the click, i just added a lens to the wishlist!


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Oct 12, 2006 18:18 |  #39

blinktwice wrote in post #2099811 (external link)
i though that all those were real.

they are real :)

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absolutely amazing, i wish i hadnt clicked the click, i just added a lens to the wishlist!

hehehe, join the club! I've gone through the 45mm and 24mm TSE, now I got my eyes on the 90mm TST and schneider 80mm!


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Oct 13, 2006 18:16 |  #40

Very nicely done. It's amazing how you can trick the brain like that.


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Oct 14, 2006 05:50 |  #41

Thanks Joe :D :D :D


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Oct 15, 2006 01:25 |  #42

Those are some amazing photos. Very nice work. I immediately thought it was from this tutorial: http://recedinghairlin​e.co.uk …ials/fakemodel/​index.html (external link)


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Oct 15, 2006 09:59 |  #43

Hehehe, nah Dave, they're all real :D


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Oct 17, 2006 20:55 |  #44

Incredible~


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Oct 17, 2006 21:17 |  #45

excellent stuff. there is a japanese site that specializes in these types of photos. they are really cool.


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