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    Panarus biarmicus Moderator (Sports) SmartWombat's Avatar
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    can you spot it?

    What's odd about this image?
    No PP ... well that might be odd for some people
    What else ?
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    Re: can you spot it?

    The focus is weird - like you have a greater DoF center-right. Lens Baby? - TF
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    Re: can you spot it?

    It's England and it's not raining or snowing.
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    Re: can you spot it?

    Hey, maybe I'm learning something about photography.

    Before I read OldClicker's answer I also notice the left side looks out of focus.

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    Re: can you spot it?

    Holding the lens away from the body when pressing the shutter button?

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    Re: can you spot it?

    Looks like your DOF goes from left to right instead of front to back. A new tilt shift lens? Exif data says 45mm. I don't think the Lensbaby would show up in the exif data because there is no electronics. My guess is the TS-E 45mm f.2.8.
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    Re: can you spot it?

    yeah, i was gonna guess t/s

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    Re: can you spot it?

    DOF is very strange...

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    Re: can you spot it?

    Yes, I'm just trying out the possibilities of the TS-E 45mm
    Totally overestimated the amount of tilt needed to get the gate into focus.
    Focus plane goes out to about 40 degrees with only 8 degrees of tilt.
    I have a lot to learn

    First off, I need a new focus screen!
    I need the high precision matte screen so that I can see the focus more clearly.
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