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I've seen a couple of articles about tilt/shift lenses lately. The Nikkor 35 f/2.8 PC is a shift only lens. Does anyone use this lens? It seems to me it may be useful for panoramic and architectural shots, but what else?
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You can get very creative with that. I used the Canon TS-45 from Canon in Yellowstone and the only think that it's keeping me from buying it is the price ($1000). It does have quite a bit of a learning curve but the possibilities are endless.
I took this photo with that lens and had 3 photographers of Nat. Geographic caliber giving me the "Wow!"
Consider that it was about 10am and the sun at 8000 ft. is very strong.
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