Tag Archives: Tilt/Shift

Tea for Two

In addition to the 15mm fisheye I rented for the trip, I also opted to try out the Canon 24mm tilt shift. I’m hoping to use the shift functionality to build some panoramas of what I can only imagine are the amazing views to be had in Hawaii. As with the fisheye, I had to […]

Jamieson Stairs

Last night I decided to back through the shots I took during my brief time with the Canon 17mm tilt/shift lens. Most of the good shots I’ve already shared, but I did come across this shot of a stairway in the Jamieson Place building that I hadn’t shared yet. I really think the lens tilt […]

If You Build It? – Cold Storage

Today, another in the ‘If You Build It?’ series from the abandoned baseball diamond in Seebe, Alberta. I initially saw this fridge/freezer from the back while I was taking a few shots inside the old snack shack, but when I walked outside and looked back in through this window, I knew I had a winner. […]

Lifestyle

Isn’t it great when you find a perfect subject sitting in an ideal position to be captured by your digital sensor? That’s what happened with this hat. I didn’t manipulate this scene at all…the hat was sitting just as it is, with that sliver of light illuminating the one side perfectly. Sometimes things just work […]