A few days ago we told you about the decentrable lenses , also known as tilt shift . If you couldn't read the article or want to refresh it, click here . I will only give you a quick summary to get a little into the matter.If you are an architecture lover, this type of objective will be your best bet :-). I hope you liked this gallery, if so please share it with someone else who might be interested or interested in knowing what a tilt-shift lens is and what can be achieved thanks to it. Thank you and see you next time :-).
WHAT ARE DECENTRABLE GOALS?I suppose that, even if you don't know what it's about, just with the name you could deduce a little how they work. The decentrable lenses, roughly, can be moved vertically or horizontally with respect to the optical axis , which allows to correct the distortion of the lines (since they allow to place the lens parallel to them) or to move laterally to pan or blur different planes within the image, achieving the miniature effect in your photos. In the following gallery you will find images of buildings, which are the strength of these objectives without a doubt. You will see that the lines are kept straight and without distortion. You can also see the result of the panoramic images worked with one of these lenses or the striking miniature effect that creates the blur of the different planes of the image. Let's see it in images to give you an idea of what you could achieve with these objectives.
As you can see, what stands out mainly of these lenses is, basically, its ability to correct the distortion of the lines, which makes it an indispensable lens for all those photographers seriously interested in architecture ;-), but not only that, it is very Also interesting is the lateral movement, which allows us to play with the focus in different image planes, or to achieve incredible panoramic images.