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Jan 28, 2010 07:25 as a reply to  @ post 9461965 |  #136

A couple more shots, still having fun with this lens, even as a straight-up 24mm. I need a darker filter, 3 stops wasn't really cutting it yesterday. I would have liked a bit more motion blur; I was shooting f/11-f/16 to get 1/6. I'm covered in 77mm, but just getting started in 82's.

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SB, still not what you're looking for. I was in a gorge, so the landscape went vertical quickly, and using tilt as a DOF aid would have failed. I'll need some scene with a close by subject and vertical objects are very distant, or where I want the upper parts deliberately blurred. I think the other thing missing, to really compare with the 21ZE is colors. Your pics are always so vivid and colorful. Not gonna happen here for a while, with no sun, browned out trees & grass, snow.... I'm curious too, how this lens will render a colorful scene. My simple tests look promising, as the look is different than my Canon primes, but I haven't snapped anything real yet. Hopefully we'll at least get some blue skies soon. This grey is getting old. :)

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Jan 28, 2010 09:37 |  #137

John, do you have any 82-77mm step down rings? I'm extremely interested to see if or how badly vignetting (or worse, mechanical vignetting) occurs in this situation. One of my favorite landscape filters (ND110) is not offered in 82mm, only as large as 77mm. Indeed all of the filters I own are 77mm, so this is a concern for me to purchase any lens which takes 82mm.


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Jan 28, 2010 10:02 as a reply to  @ ken2000ac's post |  #138

Nope, no step-up ring, just a step-down to 72mm. If I had to guess, shifting/tilting would be an issue with 77mm filters. Since all I have is the one 3 stop, I haven't even tried stacking yet, so I don't how much I can get away with on this lens. I've got a CPL on order, so I'll find out soon.


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Jan 28, 2010 18:03 as a reply to  @ JC4's post |  #139

Great shots in the recent postings!

Just curious.. how are you guys focusing with this lens? Built-in focus confirmation, Live View or upgraded focusing screens?


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Jan 28, 2010 22:10 |  #140

Live View for me!


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Jan 28, 2010 22:26 |  #141

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Live View for me!

yup


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Jan 29, 2010 02:10 |  #142

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Live View for me!

And me, it's just akin to using a view camera!


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Jan 29, 2010 12:41 as a reply to  @ EdBray's post |  #143

Thanks for your responses. And so it begins.. the saving of funds for a TS-E 24mm II :p


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Jan 30, 2010 05:27 as a reply to  @ zone555's post |  #144

Hello,

Here's an image taken a couple of weeks ago after fresh snow at about 8.30pm; its a couple of 15 second 1600ISO exposures on the 5Dmk2. I used vertical shift to keep the tower upright and also get the extra foreground. I've only recently returned to using a DSLR, having been using a 5x4 view camera recently. It was the introduction of this new lens that was one of the deciding factors to get the 5D - I think the live view has really made T/S lenses a joy to use on a DSLR.

Really enjoying this lens :)

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Jan 30, 2010 05:46 |  #145

I wonder how star trails would look with a shifted image?


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Jan 30, 2010 06:34 |  #146

GMCPhotographics wrote in post #9503190 (external link)
I wonder how star trails would look with a shifted image?

In what way exactly?


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Jan 30, 2010 06:38 |  #147

straight... :)


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Feb 08, 2010 07:58 |  #148

snowboarder wrote in post #9460454 (external link)
Great, thanks. Could you do something exactly like that, but with every tree
everywhere in the frame sharp and the front tree still closer to the lens?

The other examples just show the fg/bg but your front objects
are not close to the lens, they are on the ground.

An ideal example is a low angle landscape shot with a flower basically
sitting on the lens. Everything sharp in the frame staying, let's say at f8

Even though the lens is created for this kind of benefits, can't find
any good examples anywhere.

I don't think it's possible with a subject sitting on the lens, low angle. You have limitations. When you are too close to the ground, the maximum of 8 degrees tilt won't be enough.
It explains why you can't find an example of it. :)

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great shot!! since the version 1 of this lens thread is dead I just wanted to say great shot!!!

Thanks;)


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Feb 13, 2010 14:11 |  #149

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Feb 13, 2010 14:46 |  #150

Great one! More!


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