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This Merry Man went to Nottingham (England) again and captured these fine images and rode home on his noble steed (a Ford) :wink:

All except the last 2 are Tilt Shift panos (2 or 3 images).

Theatre Royal Nottingham
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St. Barnabus Cathedral
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My first trip NikonCafe - Nottingham Part 1

More at Nottingham

Thanks for looking :smile:
 
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Wonderful!

Your images never fail to impress! I like the first one because it conveys the size of the theatre!

The second one is my fav! Fascinating detail and a wonderful graphic also. Such a wonderful composition and excellent work! And the last two are special also.

Heck, I like them all!
 
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Wonderful!

Your images never fail to impress! I like the first one because it conveys the size of the theatre!

The second one is my fav! Fascinating detail and a wonderful graphic also. Such a wonderful composition and excellent work! And the last two are special also.

Heck, I like them all!
Thank you very much, very kind of you :smile:
I just do what I do, it must be the camera :wink:

Beautiful images! Very nice work. Love the compositions.
Thank you :smile:
 

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Excellent as allways, Mark !

Question: using the T&S lens, do you still have to correct a bit of perspectives and cushion/barrel distortion ?

:smile:
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Outstanding work capturing these images of a beautiful interior!

For the vertical panos, do you use any special equipment to get things lined up?

Thanks,
Glenn
Thank you :smile:
I just use the camera electronic level that's displayed on the back screen.
I also use the Manfrotto 410 Junior Geared Head, which allows easy fine tuning.


Wonderful work, Mark...! :smile:
Thank you :smile:

Excellent exposures :)
Thank you :smile:

Excellent work.
Yeah, you must have a good camera.
Thank you, it's a good 'un :smile:

Excellent as allways, Mark !

Question: using the T&S lens, do you still have to correct a bit of perspectives and cushion/barrel distortion ?

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J-P.
Thank you :smile:
The Tilt Shift lens I'm using is the 17mm, but it's not possible to correct (automatically) any distortion in Lightroom, because there isn't a profile for it.
If there were a profile available, I believe it would only work when the lens is in the "0" position.
If the lens was tilted, shifted or both together, I don't any software could cope with the calculations.

But, I do use a plugin to correct horizontals and verticals, with whatever lens I use, if it's needed.
 

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Great, outstanding, excellent have been used! So nothing to add!

Beautiful pictures indeed Mark. I see you use that TS shift very good. Personally I love my 24mmPC-E and I think you do too with your lens!
 

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Thank you :smile:
I just use the camera electronic
Thank you :smile:
The Tilt Shift lens I'm using is the 17mm, but it's not possible to correct (automatically) any distortion in Lightroom, because there isn't a profile for it.
If there were a profile available, I believe it would only work when the lens is in the "0" position.
If the lens was tilted, shifted or both together, I don't any software could cope with the calculations.

But, I do use a plugin to correct horizontals and verticals, with whatever lens I use, if it's needed.
Wow... In any case, this lens seens to be extremely good !

.....and you're not bad at using it, either !

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Quality work, well done
Thank you :smile:


Great, outstanding, excellent have been used! So nothing to add!

Beautiful pictures indeed Mark. I see you use that TS shift very good. Personally I love my 24mmPC-E and I think you do too with your lens!
Thank you :smile:
I do, I recommend one to anyone who shoots architecture.



Wow... In any case, this lens seens to be extremely good !

.....and you're not bad at using it, either !

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J-P.
The lens is amazing, as are my other Canon lens.
To be honest, I'm still getting used to it, I don't take many photos per year (I took a lot in April/May and haven't taken any since).
So it still feels like it's new to me, when I use it.


Excellent photos.
Thank you :smile:
 
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Very nice work Mark, I use that Manfrotto Geared Head also, I am getting use to it and like it a lot, your pictures are an inspiration
Thank you Tony :smile:

The one thing I've noticed about all the Manfrotto heads I've ever used.
Is that I always need to mount the camera back to front on the quick release plate, if I want to tilt the camera from horizontal to vertical (to shoot a ceiling for example).
Otherwise I hit the limiter.
 
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Thanks I haven't used the head much (I should use it more) to find out about the intricacies of it. I plan on doing more buildings myself lord knows we have plenty of them around me here.

Take Care
 

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