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Oct 22, 2008 00:30 as a reply to  @ zariio's post |  #34

I freelance on contract for watch magazines and brands and here are two images where I used the TSE90mm. While I like the sharpness it brings to a long depth of field, it has a surreal effect making it look a tad unreal.

In both of these two images, the tilt was to compensate for the angle of the dial to the camera sensor plane.

Used together with kenko extension tubes. I do not use it often enough as I want to - probably because of how difficult it is to use for macro work to get the effect I want. But generally as a portrait lens, it works very well either straight on or with tilt effect to provide its known surreal effect.

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Nov 24, 2008 10:55 |  #35

I just got my 90mm TS and have only so far shot a couple of flowers using the tilt feature.


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Feb 12, 2009 19:40 |  #36

I understand with ext tubes this can make a fine macro lens as well.


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Apr 05, 2009 04:08 |  #38

S.Horton wrote in post #7314129 (external link)
I understand with ext tubes this can make a fine macro lens as well.

Indeed it can!

See Nori Ravi's exposition on exactly that (external link);)


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Apr 05, 2009 10:23 |  #39

Cool! He mentions a 2X -- Does this lens take Canon TCs?


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Apr 05, 2009 11:11 |  #40

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Cool! He mentions a 2X -- Does this lens take Canon TCs?

yes it does, although perhaps not officially, but it does he gets good results from it. I have tried it with the 1.4TC (havent got the 2xTC) and that works well.


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Apr 15, 2009 09:44 |  #42

S.Horton wrote in post #7314129 (external link)
I understand with ext tubes this can make a fine macro lens as well.

I use it that way myself from time to time. Sadly I haven't been shooting a lot lately and both my tilt-shifts are among my more disused lenses at the moment.

I knew they'd be like that when I bought them though, they're not everyday lenses.


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Apr 15, 2009 10:51 |  #43

S.Horton wrote in post #7314129 (external link)
I understand with ext tubes this can make a fine macro lens as well.

Post #34 by me was taken with extension tubes (uncropped images). While I use the 100mm almost exclusively for macro, sometimes the 90TSE with extn tube captures truly remarkable macro images in good colour and depth.


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Apr 16, 2009 07:52 |  #44

Canonised wrote in post #7735216 (external link)
Post #34 by me was taken with extension tubes (uncropped images). While I use the 100mm almost exclusively for macro, sometimes the 90TSE with extn tube captures truly remarkable macro images in good colour and depth.

The thing is , with the TS lens you can bring DOF down to a tiny tiny tiny area or expand it to cover the whole image. :D

IMO this really is the advantage of TS-E lenses and hence so ideal for macro work (as already mentioned;))


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