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November 7, 2012

TILTIFY that nifty fifty

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Written by: Lawrence
Hey peeps..

as I was browsing the interwebs today, I came a cross a very cool DIY project at it was actually a mod by a photographer named Maciej Pietuszynski .

In this this DIY photography project, you will be able to learn how to bring life back to your old 50mm 1.8 lens and make it into a tilt shift lens. By any means, don’t buy a new 50mm 1.8 just to complete this DIY  tiltshift lens project. If you have an old Nikkor 50mm 1.8 or a Canon equivalent that’s collecting dust in your thinktank camera bag, then you need to check out this out and give it a try.

Check out the example images below:

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This DIY looks pretty intense so give yourself enough time to complete. This is surely no weeknight project.


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