Vincent Laforet gives an overview of what a tilt-shift lens is, how it differs from other lenses and how to use it.

 

Vincent Laforet gives an overview of what a tilt-shift lens is and how it differs from other lenses. Learn how a tilt-shift lens can correct, enhance and dramatically change a composition. Laforet shares practical examples of how to use tilt-shift lenses for architecture, portrait, lifestyle, and tabletop photography.

He talks about the shift property of the lens and how it can be used to correct distortion, as well as aid in multi-shot stitching by showing a few practical examples from around New York City. Laforet also demonstrates how the tilt functionality of the lens can shift the plane of focus to create a miniature look as well as increase the focus plane.

You can find Tilt-Shift lenses on Orms Direct here.

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