Weekly Photo – April 30

This one is from last summer. I used my 24mm TS-E lens and used the shift feature to make an elongated vertical panorama. I also used a grad filter and a polarizer to help even out the contrst in the scene. This is from the inlet creek at the head of Moraine Lake in Banff National Park.

©Darwin Wiggett - Canon EOS-1ds Mark III - 24mm TS-e lens


11 Responses to “Weekly Photo – April 30”

  1. Really great shot. This is something that I really like about the Tilt/Shift lens. I have been using mine for a short while but have not started using ND filters with it yet. Would you mind giving up your secret recipe for this shot? Is this a three shot picture? It looks to be. Once again…..I really like this picture.

    • This is a shot that is two photos, one vertical photo shifted down for the foreground and one vertical photo shifted up for the background. They fall perfectly in place with the shift lens. Darwin

  2. Just another reason to get a full frame and TS-E lens…stunning photo Darwin!

  3. Beautiful photo, nice foreground too, mmmm, I missed this inlet creek when we were there in the fall, will have to check it out when we go back there. The lodge there is on our bucket list.

  4. Who needs those ultra expensive medium format digital set-ups when you can just take two shots and stitch them together? It’s always a pleasure to see photos like this, and of coarse, I don’t need to say it, but this is obviously a great photo.

  5. Good grief, that is Awesome! If you would happen to print an extra I would be more than happy to take it off your hands!

  6. I’ll bet the web doesn’t do this justice for the amount of detail. This would look sweet in print. I have been toying with the idea of a T/S lens for so long. Images like this always push me a little closer.

  7. Again stunning!!!
    Well done.

  8. This is a positively amazing image Darwin!

  9. Not only is this an amazing image, but the way the two images come together perfectly is really neat. Keeping the exposure and overall colours the same must have been a challenge. Great image

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