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Dec 05, 2008 00:26 |  #1

This lens is fun, but fully manual. Metering is tricky as well. But I think the results are worth it. This shots can't be duplicated by any other lenses out there, other than TS-Es obviously. It is actually quite versatile with it's tilting and shifting. Anyways, here are a few from it.

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Dec 05, 2008 00:29 |  #2

Very cool Andy...

I predict you're going to have some serious fun.


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Dec 05, 2008 00:30 |  #3

These are excellent and I have always wanted to work with that lens. Many of the effects using a tilt/shift lens are know achievable using software such as Photoshop.

For example: http://www.tiltshiftph​otography.net/photosho​p-tutorial.php (external link)


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Dec 05, 2008 00:52 |  #4

Nice shots, looks like it's a nice bit of glass to use


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Dec 05, 2008 01:12 |  #5

Tom K. wrote in post #6816773 (external link)
These are excellent and I have always wanted to work with that lens. Many of the effects using a tilt/shift lens are know achievable using software such as Photoshop.

For example: http://www.tiltshiftph​otography.net/photosho​p-tutorial.php (external link)

Depends on what effect you are going for, as the lens is capable of much more than just that ;). But I did bookmark that link! :)

Thanks everyone else!


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Dec 05, 2008 10:47 |  #6

Livinthalife wrote in post #6816940 (external link)
Depends on what effect you are going for, as the lens is capable of much more than just that ;). But I did bookmark that link! :)

Thanks everyone else!

I would much rather have the lens than to go through the hassle of having to fake the effects in photoshop. My main interest with that lens would be architectural work.


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Dec 05, 2008 11:10 |  #7

I agree. In camera is much better off. Using the shifting function is pretty nice for buildings. You can actually change the perspective so that it looks like your elevated. You can get all straight lines in the building etc. Really cool.


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