Friday, November 27, 2015

The Mercer Buildimg

A perspective control or tilt shift lens is indispensable in architectural photography for a variety of reasons, one of which is the option of taking two or more images and fusing them together afterward.  This shot is made in such a way.  The very large tree at the top of the frame prevents simply moving back to get the entire facade in one image.

This is the restored Mercer Building in downtown Edmonton, photographed with my Canon 17mm TS-E lens on my Canon 1Ds camera.

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