GLASS – 11. CANON 50MM F1.8 TILT SHIFT | SAMPLE 3.

11. Canon 50mm F1.8 TiltShift IMG_1163

I can almost explain the effect in this example. If you look at the top of the plants which are in focus – the nearer ones have sharp tops whereas the furthe ones are out of focus UNLESS they’re a little shorter. This means that the focus plane, if moving outward, is moving down the frame  – closer subjects will be sharp if they’re in the top of the frame whereas further subjects will be in focus if they’re at the bottom of the frame.

 

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