« on: March 19, 2012, 03:21:58 PM »
The 5D3 is a nice camera, but while I wait for mine to arrive I plan to spend my time taking pictures with the cameras I have.
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Great info! My question was not so much about panoramas or 360 panos, just mainly about the ability to stitch 2 or 3 images from the TS lens shifting from left to right to get a larger (i.e. wider) image of a room without the parallax issues of the far left and far right of the frame getting all stretched out. From what I've seen, it seemed like the Tilt-shift lens would allow to get a wider (more spacious) view without the UWA artifacts.
I've read and seen great stuff from this lens, and for its magnification its unique inthe slr world isn't it? So does that make it the best macro or are there others that have awesome/exceptional qualities to them?
love the shots guys!
BTW, I love your work! I guess the reason that my eye seems to think the one with the pencil is inverted is that coloring and lighting on the pencil has an underwater look to it. Do you add the color in post, or is your lighting set up that way?Thanks! I do not add color in post, though I often play around with saturation and contrast. In the pencil shot the color came from a geled flash (you can see it a bit on the pencil). Recently I have moved to a setup where I use food coloring on the water in the pan, a different food coloring in the water being dropped, and a different color gel on the background flash.
Is this image inverted? It looks to my highly untrained eye like the pencil is actually underwater and the surface is at the bottom of the image.