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DIY Tilt/Shift PC Lens
Ever wondered how to take close up photos of tall buildings without having them look like they're falling backwards? You probably already know that the answer is using tilt-shift or perspective correction lenses. And you probalby also know that they're usually BIG bucks, relegating them to a niche market only, for specific uses.

Well here's a hack to create your own tilt-shift lens, using stuff you can buy for cheap. It uses a medium format lens (you can get these off ebay), parts cannibalised from a toilet plunger, and a body cap. Pretty cool, if you ask me...
The key is using a larger lens (ie. medium format) so you can flex and shift the lens about without losing the image off the edge of the lens.

It reminds me of a lensbaby actually, so if you ever wanted to play with a digital lensbaby, then here's your chance! Big Grin

Oh, and don't forget to check out their article on building your own ring flash from the same site. Cool

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