Hey Nikon community, I've been watching various videos and discovering there's a lot of potential for tilt/shift lenses for landscape photography. Supposedly you can tilt to ensure sharp focus from front to back, controlling the plane. I can see how this would work if your subject and everything is on a single plane. But how far off of the plane can they be and still remain in focus? Lets say there are mountains in the back of the image....would this work, or would the image need to be focus stacked? I'm currently using a 20mm 1.8 for my landscapes (most of them anyways) and I love this lens, its great. The only thing I find it difficult to do is focus stack something in the foreground such as flowers when theres a slight breeze. Obviously if I focus stack with the 24 it'll still take practice and probably even be harder. This lens looks like a gem and I am considering it, but not sure if I should just yet. I'm still relatively new to landscapes and not sure if I should just shoot with my 20 and gain more experience or try experimenting. This part is also important: I've read online that the Nikon needs to be adjusted to operate both t/s on the same plane. Has anyone adjusted their lens? Or have run into any issues? This part confuses me and I can include some links to blogs if this isn't making sense. Thanks!