more timepiece bling. A7r canon 90mm TS-e helicon focus stack.
That's really pretty!
Background is rendered in post, far easier than rigging up glass/lighting
But it could be done, right? With the right tools and light modifiers, it would not be that hard to add that light through the lens? Black plexi, with a light underneath, very possible?
The two images below are really good examples for a question I have been wondering for a while. Could this angle be shot on a DSLR with a tilt shift or is it only achievable on medium format? It seems that some interior shots cover a wide angle but still look quite close. Is this done by stitching panoramics or using a longer tilt shift like a 90mm and moving further away. It's a wide shot but doesn't have a distorted wide angle feel. I was wondering if there is a technique for tilting that allows this coverage? Thanks KP.
Thanks Jim. Which lens would be in the region on a dsrl? 45mm?Just had a quick look at your website. Fantastic work.
Nikkor MF25-50, 45mm set with 5mm up shift. F16, 1/2sec. ISO 800 (?)my compact technical camera for a7R