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Jan 11, 2010 21:04 |  #106

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yes, good for macro, but key uses are correction of perspective in shooting up or down at big things like buildings, and best of all for infinite depth of field at near wide open apertures for landscapes where you can't afford long shutter speeds (e.g. where you don't want movement blur)

I got the 24 for perspective (but it does well at semi-macro with tilt) and the 90m for macro with tilt not shift.
Read about these and rent so you can try. I'd only do it with a body that has live view.


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Jan 11, 2010 21:12 |  #107

windpig wrote in post #9375400 (external link)
I got the 24 for perspective (but it does well at semi-macro with tilt) and the 90m for macro with tilt not shift.
Read about these and rent so you can try. I'd only do it with a body that has live view.

I have a T1i, so have live view. Where do you rent lenses from!? I didn't know you could do such a thing! That's awesome!


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Jan 11, 2010 22:42 |  #108

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I have a T1i, so have live view. Where do you rent lenses from!? I didn't know you could do such a thing! That's awesome!

I'm in Seattle, so glazers camera does it. I'm sure there are good, reputable on-line rental places also.
I would read up on how these lenses work, then plan on spending a couple days experimenting.


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Jan 14, 2010 06:48 as a reply to  @ windpig's post |  #109

Another one from me. Processed in PS CS4 and Silver Effex Pro.

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Jan 15, 2010 18:25 as a reply to  @ Scuff's post |  #110

Another wonderful image Scuff. Great eye, and some fantastic locations.

Hayden Falls during a thaw. A couple degrees tilt.

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I also did this 6 exposure pano, but wasn't too thrilled with the outcome. Its sharp and all, just didn't like the composition. A couple degrees tilt.
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The 2 attached images were playing with perspective, full shift up and down. Other than that, just a re-aim, same position on the tripod. They're straight out of the camera.


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Jan 17, 2010 05:05 |  #111

A shift pano (with ~1.5deg tilt) from the shore of North Pine Dam Brisbane Australia

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Jan 19, 2010 08:26 |  #112

From last night. 5D MKII + TS-E 24L II

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Jan 19, 2010 20:04 |  #113

-A shift pano (with ~1.5deg tilt) from the shore of North Pine Dam Brisbane Australia-
Nice job, it looks like your gotta have your waders on. These web pictures really do no justice to these lenses for landscape (IMO). I'll bet this shot would look cool in HDR.


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Jan 19, 2010 20:07 |  #114

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Great shot. I love this sort of look. Shift only? Live view should ramp up the sale of the tilt and shift lenses. I can't imagine using them without it.


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Jan 19, 2010 21:08 |  #115

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-A shift pano (with ~1.5deg tilt) from the shore of North Pine Dam Brisbane Australia-
Nice job, it looks like your gotta have your waders on. These web pictures really do no justice to these lenses for landscape (IMO). I'll bet this shot would look cool in HDR.

Thanks yes, the web-sizing doesn't do justice, the detail on the reeds is amazing. I actually did a bit of HDR for this site, but had trouble getting a natural look - the sky is the problem and transition to the tree's end up with a "halo" of light along the treeline.

And no waders required. It's warm here, just tossed off my thongs (fli-flops what have you) and waded straight in ;)


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Jan 20, 2010 02:04 |  #116

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timnosenzo
Great shot. I love this sort of look. Shift only? Live view should ramp up the sale of the tilt and shift lenses. I can't imagine using them without it.

Tilt/Shift lenses with Live view rock! It's like using a minature view camera.

I already have the 24L TSE Mk2 and 90 TSE and hope to have the 17L TSE by next week. Ijust love using them and they just give so much control and it makes me feel like a proper photographer again.


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Jan 20, 2010 08:12 |  #117

--hope to have the 17L TSE--
I'll be curious as to how much of an issue having the front element that unprotected is.


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Jan 20, 2010 13:51 |  #118

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--hope to have the 17L TSE--
I'll be curious as to how much of an issue having the front element that unprotected is.

I don't see it as a problem, I had a Siggy 12-24 and never had a problem with that either!

A little bit of care works wonders!


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Jan 22, 2010 08:16 as a reply to  @ EdBray's post |  #119

Handheld with a bunch of shift, no cardboard. :) Its a bit twisted, so I apparently wasn't holding the camera level(cold windy day). Tried some new PP too.

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Jan 22, 2010 15:32 |  #120

JC4 wrote in post #9446652 (external link)
Handheld with a bunch of shift, no cardboard. :) Its a bit twisted, so I apparently wasn't holding the camera level(cold windy day). Tried some new PP too.

Cat pic was just low-light MF practice. ISO6400, f/4.0, 1/40th.

Nice shots John. I really like the treatment in the first and for the second, I'm a dog person, but you've made that cat look strikingly good :-)


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