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      12-14-2012, 07:58 PM   #639
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Originally Posted by M_Six View Post
I thought T&S lenses could give you a long DoF at an angle, like your first pic, and also eliminate converging or distorted verticals. I'd like to see your first image with the DoF as it is and the verticals not distorted (if that's possible).

I'm not saying you should run out and shoot it, but just in general, it'd be cool to see a city shot with parallel lines in both directions.
I know it's possible, and I would blame the fact that I've only had this lens for just over a week and there's a pretty huge learning curve to it. Meaning, I wouldn't blame it as a limitation of the lens.

The verticals on the second shot aren't that distorted, are they? Just leaning back slightly, I think. It's all a function of making sure the lens is perfectly straight. Using tilt can bring in some distortion along with the DoF, so I have to learn how to compensate with lens position when using tilt.

I've got a lot to learn, that's for sure
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