If you stitch two images taken with a shifted lens, on a stationary camera, then parallax error is no great problem with distant scenes (landscape/architecture).
However, interior shots with foreground objects against a more distant background can show problems from the (up to) 24mm shift in viewpoint.
The pro P TSE adapter (V2), available from [...]
I’ve had one of these new 5 axis pan heads on loan for a trial.
After using the PHQ-3 on several commercial photo jobs, I’ve found the flexibility and precision really useful.
Features such as the graduated QR plate were particularly handy for avoiding parallax when I’ve been using the TS-E17mm shift lens for stitching [...]
Looking at third party prime lenses for DSLRs. When are they a good idea and when would you be better off improving the rest of your workflow from RAW file to print? Just be careful to buy such kit for good reasons rather than the vague but effusive praise from their fan clubs [...]
I get quite a few requests for personal photography tuition, covering specialist topics.
In the past I’ve only provided such services through Northlight Images to our commercial clients.
This is where I teach companies such things as colour management, or how to do their own product photography or for real estate professionals, how to take [...]
I’ve got a box of medium format Mamiya lenses for a 645 film camera. Since the chances of me shooting film are pretty negligible (and essentially non-existent for commercial work) I was wondering what to do with these M645 Sekor lenses
I’ve an adapter to fit them on a Canon EF mount camera, but I’ve [...]