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James Markus wrote:
"Lucy...you got some splaining to do"
I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer, but I just can not wrap my head around this image. The chest is in focus, but the right arm isn't, and then the boat in the background is in focus, but all are on the same plane. (don't look at the punctuation of that horrible few lines) I don't think any amount of tilt or shift can do that...can it? How did you do that?
EDIT...Oh snap....I think I figured it out. Weird, my impression that bronze was Tilted to the plane was due to...Show more →
James, sorry for the confusion ;-)
It's pretty simple: full tilt (or "swing", this might be the proper technical correct term, but I'm not sure).
The PC-E 45 is an amazing lens, I have this one for some days now and try to shoot with it as much as possible to get a "feel" for the amazing capabilities it is offering the nut behind the camera ;-)
This lens is very, very contrasty - this might explain why the in-focus areas look so sharp defined.
Sometimes I apply a diagonal tilt/swing, which works fine for certain subjects in my opinion.