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| p.2 #17 · First light at El Capitan |
Mike K wrote:
Fred Miranda wrote:
Thanks for all the comments!
I have been trying to get this image for a while. The light was there for about 20 seconds but got blocked by the overcast day. Luckly I was ready waiting for it. I used a 3-stop gradual filter and a polarizer. I'm glad I was able to attached the Lee system on my Canon 17mm f/4L TS-E as seeing here.
All the best,
Using the filter holder precludes much in the way of shift use for the 17 TSE? The trees are not leaning back, was perspective distortion addressed in post?
Very nice shots from your last Yosemite trip! You've mad good use of the 17 TSE.
I used the custom adapter in all my 17mm shots. For this picture, (El Capitan) I used about 5mm of upwards shift in order to keep my ball-head level and compose the shot without distortion. The custom adapter for the 17mm TS-E allows you to shift up until about 4-5mm. I had to shave the edges of the Lee mount in order to avoid vignetting when rotating the polarizer filter. See the image below. Thanks for your comments!