This guy is taking a photo of Vancouver False Creek. So what makes him a ‘real pro’?
- Good camera, a Canon 6D
- The best lens for architecture: The Canon 24mm TSE. It’s a tilt/shift lens that allows for the building to be ‘straight’ and not fall over when the camera is pointed up.
I wonder what he’s trying to adjust. The lens is set to 0. This means: no tilt and no shift. I have a whole sequence and in all of the images the lens is still in neutral position (no adjustment).
Canon 6D with 24mm TSE
Before (left) and After (right)
Camera: Canon 7D ISO 160 and 1/250
Lens: Canon 70-200mm f/4 @89mm and f/5.0
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