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02-02-2014, 10:00 AM - 3 Likes   #1
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K3/Rokinon 24mm Tilt Shift: Edmonton Sikh Temple

Just outside of Edmonton, Canada there is a beautiful Sikh temple. This architecture is not very common in North America so is a welcome site. The shift was used on the Rokinon.


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02-02-2014, 10:07 AM   #2
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Wow! Very good photo! The architecture is amazing, and the light accentuates it. Good use of shift! How much was needed?
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Thanks. About 5mm of shift.

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That picture is really well done.
Nice job!

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Thanks.

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Gurdwara Nanaksar?
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Gurdwara Nanak Sar on Manning Rd in Edmonton.

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Doesn't look right to me because I don't have a TS lens...the walls are too parallel ;-)

Nice job w/ getting blue hour too...


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I would have taken a non-shifted picture also but it was -20 deg so difficult to set up with my hands.

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QuoteOriginally posted by kenyee Quote
Doesn't look right to me because I don't have a TS lens...the walls are too parallel ;-)
Haha, yeah, whenever I take architecture photos the verticals are converging! This photo seems almost odd in its lack of flaws
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Unfortunately due to the cold, I wasn't able to take a picture without shift to show the difference.

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This doesn't help LBA at all.
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Tell us more about the lens. How do we get one and how much?
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That is a beautiful picture.
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thanks Mike

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