2006-10-11 : 

Singles & b-sides

  1. Sean (Oct 12, 2006 at 7:44 am) Reply

    Ooer, somebody's got a T/S lens. Or a LF camera? Either way, nice movements… baby…

  2. alkos (Oct 12, 2006 at 11:17 am) Reply

    Actually, homemade solution – Zeiss Novar 50/3.5 (ripped off old Werra), "mounted" to Pentax MX :-)

  3. jarek (Oct 12, 2006 at 2:03 pm) Reply

    How can you tell it's a T/S lens?

  4. dyapanazy (Oct 12, 2006 at 6:13 pm) Reply

    co to jest obiektyw T/S albo aparat LF??
    a fotka jak zwykle ?wietna

  5. alkos (Oct 13, 2006 at 3:46 am) Reply

    T/S – obiektyw tilt/shift, pozwalajacy na skrzywienie/przesuniecie plaszczyzny rzucanego obrazu w stosunku do plaszczyzny negatywu, dzieki czemu mozna osiagnac efekt zastosowany w tym zdjeciu – po lewej ostrosc ustawiona jest na ok. 0,5m, po prawej – ~30m
    LF – large format – kamery o formacie negatywu 4×5 cala lub wiecej, zazwyczaj wyposazone w T/S :-)

  6. dyapanazy (Oct 13, 2006 at 3:28 pm) Reply

    dzi?ki za wyja?nienia :) nie zna?em tych skrótów

  7. Sean Ellwood (Oct 18, 2006 at 11:29 pm) Reply

    …for jarek, in the unlikely event that you come by this thread again- you can tell it's a T/S lens (I know alkos said it wasn't a T/S, but the principle's the same) because there are foreground and background elements in focus, and to the best of my knowledge Alkos has never used combined exposures here, which rules out his stitching two photos together for best focus. There are other telltales too- the out of focus areas look a bit motion-blurred because of the way T/S lenses warp the out-of-focus discs.

    Alkos- awesome! Lens hacks are fun =)

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