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Aug 20, 2012 10:36 |  #1636

Scuff wrote in post #8709642 (external link)
Here are a few more, this lens can really focus close!!!!

Taken with a 1ds2 - so no live view (but a very bright viewfinder)

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Fantastic Images!...I especially like this last one.

Thanks for the inspiration.

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Aug 21, 2012 14:30 |  #1637

I am currently touring around the Outer Hebrides. Here are a couple from the last couple of days.

Both taken with the lens fitted to a Canon 1Dx.....

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Aug 21, 2012 15:08 |  #1638

Good stuff, Scuff! I love your fragments and the landscapes.


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Aug 22, 2012 01:47 |  #1639

Nicely done, Scuff! Definitely love the use of foreground. And I think you may be the first among us to pair this lens with the 1D-X?

How are the midges this year? I've heard it's a bit dry compared to other years. Asking as I have a week's holiday in Skye (Elgol) in September, and hoping not to get annoyed so much that I abandon my photography goals.


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Aug 22, 2012 02:15 |  #1640

ken2000ac wrote in post #14890570 (external link)
Nicely done, Scuff! Definitely love the use of foreground. And I think you may be the first among us to pair this lens with the 1D-X?

How are the midges this year? I've heard it's a bit dry compared to other years. Asking as I have a week's holiday in Skye (Elgol) in September, and hoping not to get annoyed so much that I abandon my photography goals.

Thanks Ken.

They are about, but we have not run into any swarms yet. We have applied copious amounts of 'Smidge' which smells nice and has kept them at bay, not one bite between Lainey and myself :)

Loving the 1dx with this lens. The built in spirit level has been used a lot when the kit is on the tripod and the big bright viewfinder really helps when working out he tilt angle for when getting that ideal 'dof' shot. it's also rugged enough to fend off the sand and spray at the same time as bashing the midges :D


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Aug 22, 2012 15:59 |  #1641

Good report, and thanks for the encouragement with the bugs. I'll be sure to lather up, hopefully I'll fare as well as you, both with insects AND photographs! :)


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Aug 22, 2012 16:24 as a reply to  @ ken2000ac's post |  #1642

The weather was tricky today, but we managed a few shots in North Uist between the showers...

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Aug 22, 2012 18:59 |  #1643

Nice pictures above, Scuff! ^^^^^


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Aug 22, 2012 19:01 |  #1644

Landing at PDX

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Aug 23, 2012 09:12 |  #1645

Considering selling my zeiss 21 and getting one of these awesome lenses, still just unsure




  
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Aug 23, 2012 09:19 |  #1646

imposterjeff wrote in post #14896030 (external link)
Considering selling my zeiss 21 and getting one of these awesome lenses, still just unsure

If you want to shoot architecture, it's a no-brainer (get the TS-E). But if you're mainly shooting landscapes, the decision is a toss-up, and since you already have the 21mm I recommend just sticking with that. As a TS-E 24mm owner I've had thoughts the other way regarding the Zeiss 21mm, but since I shoot mostly a mix of architecture and landscapes I haven't purchased the Zeiss 21mm. I did get the Zeiss 2/25mm though. That awesome lens doesn't have the distortion the 21mm does and it's the sharpest lens in my bag.


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Aug 23, 2012 09:30 |  #1647

im realy thinking that keeping the 21 is what im going to do as i already own it and also its such a good lens and i shoot mainly landscapes so the tillt and shift is not needed as much




  
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Aug 23, 2012 09:54 |  #1648

I use tilt all of the time for landscapes. It allows a front to back depth of focus without stopping down loads, and ending up with a slow shutter speed and consequently fuzzy grass and trees etc when it is windy.


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Aug 23, 2012 09:56 |  #1649

Unfortunately my work and home schedule has demanded I shoot when I can, and not when the light is best. I guess I'll take what I can get...

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Aug 23, 2012 17:14 |  #1650

Scuff wrote in post #14896201 (external link)
I use tilt all of the time for landscapes. It allows a front to back depth of focus without stopping down loads, and ending up with a slow shutter speed and consequently fuzzy grass and trees etc when it is windy.

i never thought of it that way before, im going to rent one soon and try it and see how it is, i like my zeiss a lot but for some reason i have always anted a ts lens




  
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