Sandias at sunset: First round with PC adapter

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  1. Soocom1

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    So a couple of days ago, my only major purchase with the stimuls came it. An Arsat Perspective Control (Tilt Shift) adapter for Kiev88 to EOS.

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    The subject was the Sandia Mountains at sunset. This was the sciene from an Android phone:

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    The lenses are the Mir 36B and Mir 3 Wide ange both 65mm.

    The settings on the PC adapter range from mild to wild.

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    In this shot the camera was tilted back and the lens adjusted downward to level with the foothills.
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    On this shot I had the tilt adjusted to 45 degrees from virticle (the adapter can rotate to 12 diff. positions) Here is where the full effect of a PC lens can come in. The apature was set to f 3.5 and the lens can bokhe like a devil, but notice the foreground AND background are in near unison focus.
    THATS the beuty of a PC lens.
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    Finally 4 min. into sunset:
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    On this last shot the camera was level and the lens was tilted up slightly at a 45 degree (rotated) and shifted about 2 degrees...


     
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