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Texas Dawn

Texas Dawn

First experiments with tilt/shift lens--the lens was rotated so that the foreground lily was in focus with the lens swung toward the upper right and that area in the center diagonally is in focus from about the fore lily to the rear (a bit of rise was used also--diagonally due to the rotation of the lens). To do this with f/3.2 opens a lot of creative doors--I did not want everything in focus as you would be prone to get with a very stopped down lens in order to get the fore and rear lilies both in focus.

Canon EOS 5D ,Canon 45 mm TS-E f/2.8
1/400s f/3.2 at 45.0mm iso100 full exif

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