Written by timsdd on April 3rd, 2012 in HDR - High Dynamic Range.
Here’s another ‘decent’ example of what the tilt-shift lens does for you in architecture photos.
I say decent because it is shot at a different focal length than the regular lens. I’ll have to make sure to shoot both @ 24mm next time!
TSE, as you can see it really levels the building more to what you see with your eyes….
12mm, where with the wide angle you really get distortion from the lens…which can add a neat element to the photos sometimes.
These next few were extremely difficult since the lighting was so vastly different.
The HDR helped but it’s not seamless in some cases. I probably should have used more exposures though I think most of them are easily 6 frames per.
Another with the tilt-shift, it’s a fun lens! :)
This was like the only cloud during this sunset so I had to make sure to hit it whenever I could!