When I have time to setup a tripod and filter kit, I'll use my 17mm or 24mm Tilt Shift lenses.That's probably what I need to do from now on - you can't goof around or rush with TS-E lenses and expect good results
But when I don't have a tripod on me, then I'll use my 24-70 v2 at 24mm and will take overlapping photos then stitch them together in PS.
Yeah. I often go on high elevation hikes and carrying a tripod in addition to my day pack is just too cumbersome. By the time I make it to the top of the mountain I'm already too tired to fiddle around with a tilt shift lens.
Even lugging around a 5Dmk3 with the 24-70 can be bothersome. Hence why I bring my 60D or 70D with the 17-55. Great for both photo and video while weighing at least a pound less...plus I'm not too concerned if I accidentally drop it off a cliff face.
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David Cuerpo, Jr. | Media Producer | Expedia Inc.
Cameras: Canon 1Dx, 5Dmk3, 60D, Sony a7mk2, a7s, FS7
Lenses: 8-15 Fisheye, 16-35 f2.8, 17-55 f2.8 IS, 24-70 f2.8 v2, 17 TSE, 24 TSE, 50 f1.2, 85 f1.2, 90 TSE, 100 f2.8 IS, 70-200 f2.8 IS v2, 200 f2 IS, 300 f2.8 IS