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Feb 01, 2013 12:39 |  #2296

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5DII + TS-E 24II + Big Stopper + Tilt (First time using it!!:))

This is gorgeous, Eddie. How many degrees did you tilt?


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Feb 01, 2013 12:42 |  #2297

Thanks Annie - Ended up only being 0.5 degrees (camera was at my chest and pointing up towards the tree). This made the whole tree go into focus. It would have been in focus anyway with the apeture but Im still not sure about tilt and thought it was a good opportunity to try tweaking it until I got the tree in focus.


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Feb 01, 2013 12:51 |  #2298

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Thanks Annie - Ended up only being 0.5 degrees (camera was at my chest and pointing up towards the tree). This made the whole tree go into focus. It would have been in focus anyway with the apeture but Im still not sure about tilt and thought it was a good opportunity to try tweaking it until I got the tree in focus.

Looks perfect to me. Pointing the camera up and using the downward tilt makes it more complicated, but looks like you aced it. Did you think about shifting up and tilting down? I think you would probably have gotten a similar result. There are SO many possibilities with this lens - and then you had the complication of the big stopper on top! Marvellous job.


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Feb 01, 2013 12:57 |  #2299

I was initially going to stitch 2 vertical shifts to get the tree in the shot and use tilt to maximise DOF but Each shot was 240 seconds and by that time my fingers were numb so I decided on one shot lol


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Feb 01, 2013 14:06 |  #2300

Another one from tonight. 1.5 degrees tilt this time

5DII + TS-E 24II + Lee CPL + Lee GND. 3 Single exposures stitched. No HDR.

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Feb 01, 2013 15:18 |  #2301

Eddie you have some excellent shots. I am contemplating either the 24TSE or the 17TSE.


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Feb 01, 2013 15:29 |  #2302

Thanks viper. I personally chose the 24 over the 17 due to the ability to use my filters although I know there are some work arounds with the 17 with custom holders etc


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Feb 01, 2013 15:38 |  #2303

xpfloyd wrote in post #15561259 (external link)
Thanks viper. I personally chose the 24 over the 17 due to the ability to use my filters although I know there are some work arounds with the 17 with custom holders etc

Yup i have seen the workaround so just contemplating right now. The 17 would fill a UWA void for me at the moment but man does that bulbous front make me nervous :lol:


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Feb 02, 2013 07:05 as a reply to  @ vipergts831's post |  #2304

Eddie- those are some beautiful shots- please keep them coming. And please keep including the data behind them, that really is helpful and instructional to a "newbie" like me!


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Feb 02, 2013 14:23 |  #2305

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Eddie- those are some beautiful shots- please keep them coming. And please keep including the data behind them, that really is helpful and instructional to a "newbie" like me!

Thanks scud. Im just a newbie with this lens too and still struggling to fully utilise tilt. Heres one from this morning.

5DII + TS-E 24II + Lee CPL + Lee GND. 3 Single shifted shots stitched. No HDR. No Tilt. I got up at 5am this morning and drove for 2 hours to try and catch a sunrise at this location, im glad I made the effort even if I did lose one of my two possible long lies of the week.

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Feb 02, 2013 17:32 |  #2306

My first real go with the 24 TS-E II, last month in Kopenhagen.

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Merged 6 pictures into 1, no filters or hdr.
Still got a lot to learn, but kinda pleased with this as a first :). Just seems like I've lost som sharpness uploading to flickr.

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Feb 02, 2013 17:50 |  #2307

Raceshot wrote in post #15565209 (external link)
Just seems like I've lost som sharpness uploading to flickr.

Once you look at a huge stitched picture at full resolution no internet sized version will ever seem to do it justice for you.

For those of us who haven't seen your shot at full resolution to compare it with, it looks great!


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Feb 02, 2013 18:10 |  #2308

Eddie, I'm really happy you got up at 5am so I can enjoy the result. I do have a question. Did you use the GND filter only on the sky part of the 3 shots?

Raceshot, your shot looks very sharp on POTN. Lovely lines.


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Feb 02, 2013 19:26 |  #2309

Eddie - great early morning effort...that is a terrific shot IMO.

Raceshot - very, very, nice - and it looks wonderfully sharp here on my 27" IMac.


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Feb 03, 2013 02:56 |  #2310

AnnieMacD wrote in post #15565349 (external link)
Eddie, I'm really happy you got up at 5am so I can enjoy the result. I do have a question. Did you use the GND filter only on the sky part of the 3 shots?

Raceshot, your shot looks very sharp on POTN. Lovely lines.

Thanks Annie. Yes the gnd was set on the horizon (the horizon was in the middle and bottom shots). I did work out something interesting though. I always thought that if I set the gnd on the horizon then shifted up or down I would have to reposition the gnd as it would be too high or low but you don't have to, it stays on the horizon. This may be obvious to some people but I had always been re-setting it:o Turns out I dont fully understand shift either lol

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