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    Sergiu Lupse, Andreychenko, zsoltika, and 28 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. *p. 63 months ago | reply

      Yours?

      She's a beauty !

    2. lukeroberts 63 months ago | reply

      I probably should have mentioned that - yes, it's my new bike :)

    3. brandenharvey.com 62 months ago | reply

      I love this. Great work freelensing!

    4. coffeeground 54 months ago | reply

      wow! so beautiful! :D

    5. Rúben 53 months ago | reply

      Freelensing, huh? Great work.

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    6. 1do1 [deleted] 52 months ago | reply

      nice!

    7. y____ 52 months ago | reply

      What lens did you use?

    8. lukeroberts 52 months ago | reply

      It was taken with a Canon 50mm f1.4

    9. y____ 52 months ago | reply

      I am using a Canon 50mm f1.8 for freelensing. The problem is that once the objects are far, it's hard to get a significant portion focused. I am focusing to infinity, but still. I found that if I push one side of the lens into the body, I can get more into focus. However, then I get blocked by the body of the lens and portions of the photo are black.

      Any tips maybe?

    10. lukeroberts 52 months ago | reply

      Yes that can be a problem - you have two options.

      The easiest way is to stop down a lens to something like f/4, or 5.6 or even higher. To do this, press and HOLD the depth of field preview button (just underneath the lens release button) and detach the lens. This locks the aperture blades at f/4 or 5.6 or what ever you set it to, so now you will have more of the scene in focus.

      The other option I've described here - using a Nikon or Olympus lens on Canon body allows for a much better tilt-shift effect, as these lenses are designed to have a longer lens-to-sensor distance.

    11. y____ 52 months ago | reply


      Excellent. Thanks

    12. Tanguy Renault 51 months ago | reply

      Love those old babies, love those vintage looking pictures, love those freelense pictures.

    13. Kasia Pelasia [deleted] 50 months ago | reply

      nice shoot...whats freelensing? ;)

    14. lukeroberts 50 months ago | reply

      Thanks - you can find out more about freelensing here: www.flickr.com/groups/freelensing/

    15. urmom69 33 months ago | reply

      Where did you get the knee pads for the tank? Beautiful bike!

    16. lukeroberts 33 months ago | reply

      They were the original ones that came with the bike. I didn't like them, though and took them off. I sold the bike last year but I think I still have the tank pads.

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