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A Guide to Tilt and Shift Lenses eBook

Most of us have heard of tilt and shift lenses and their use in landscape photography. However, what are they exactly and how do they work?

We all love large prints of landscape photographs which contain strong foreground subjects set against captivating distant vistas. To look perfect, these prints require both foreground and distant features to be pin sharp with lots of image detail. There are several ways in which to aspire to this ideal, but one of the best is to use tilt and shift lenses.


A Guide to Tilt and Shift Lenses

PDF format ebook, 9 pages, 1.3mb.

Price £4.50

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    • Nikkor glass is better than Canon and a D810 certainly is better than a Sony A7. Wouldn’t that be heavan and you’re not even in purgatory?

    • The 24mm tilt by Canon beats the 24 tilt by Nikkor and the 17tilt is as good at the new 19tilt by Nikkor and is even wider. The Sony A7r has the exact same sensor as the 810. Also, the mirrorless allows me to use many old film lenses like Carl Zeiss etc which you cannot no use on Nikon dSLR cameras. Depending on your needs, no your suggestion is not ” better” nor do I care about brand snobbery. Sorry.

  1. Most of my photography is now done on Fuji……but the 24mm TSE is SO good i will keep my Canon if only for that lens. So sharp I am scarred for life ????????????????????????????????????

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