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Mar 29, 2013 13:58 |  #2476
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Take a look here:

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Mar 29, 2013 16:02 |  #2477

Alveric wrote in post #15769576 (external link)
Take a look here:

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Thanks , I read that last night.. very thorough.


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Mar 29, 2013 18:24 |  #2478
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Explains the Scheimpflug principle relatively nicely. After that it's just practice, practice, practice. I've been even taking tilted pics handheld. I thought manual focusing only was gonna be a pain, but I'm finding it even more convenient in many instances than auto-focus.


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Mar 29, 2013 20:50 |  #2479

Nice info from everybody.. the last page and links to blogs about TS dynamics is wonderful.. ! thanks guys..


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Mar 30, 2013 05:49 |  #2480

That Cambridge colour link is the one I used most for info. Tilt still gets me confused sometimes when I don't get the desired results but I'm definitely getting used to it the more I try.


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Mar 31, 2013 17:08 |  #2481

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Mar 31, 2013 17:41 as a reply to  @ RobDickinson's post |  #2482

^^ Very nice. Well done!
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Mar 31, 2013 21:02 |  #2483

*Jayrou wrote in post #15769390 (external link)
Thanks I spotted that via Google yesterday, , I've been burnt by buying ebooks before but I'm always open minded, is it something you've read yourself then?

Jay - I have that e book too, it's very good and I refer back to it often.


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Apr 01, 2013 06:35 |  #2484

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Apr 01, 2013 16:20 |  #2485

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Apr 01, 2013 18:45 |  #2486

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here is my first wedding using this lens..

Very nice Pham!

Out of curiosity, did the B&G like these TS photos? I want to include some in my next wedding but I'm not sure if it's just photographers that like them or the clients do too.

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Apr 01, 2013 21:27 |  #2487

scobols wrote in post #15780430 (external link)
Very nice Pham!

Out of curiosity, did the B&G like these TS photos? I want to include some in my next wedding but I'm not sure if it's just photographers that like them or the clients do too.

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the bride and groom are on their honey moon, but i am sure they will love them..

the lens will do you wonders for weddings i am sure of it.. i am still learning how to use this lens on the fly in a wedding application.. live view is really required..

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Apr 01, 2013 22:18 |  #2488
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Do you shoot always wide open for the effect? I usually stop it to f/4, which is only 1/3 of a stop, so I don't think it makes that much of a difference.


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Apr 02, 2013 08:15 |  #2489

phamster wrote in post #15780969 (external link)
the bride and groom are on their honey moon, but i am sure they will love them..

the lens will do you wonders for weddings i am sure of it.. i am still learning how to use this lens on the fly in a wedding application.. live view is really required..

Thanks Pham. These are wonderful as well. My first wedding with this lens is this weekend and I'm really looking forward to using it. I'm getting better at manual focusing but do agree, live view is a must.

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Apr 03, 2013 15:21 |  #2490

One from tonight

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