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Thread: Call you tell the diff ? Tilt and Shift vs Photoshop

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    Default Call you tell the diff ? Tilt and Shift vs Photoshop

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    which one is PSed and which one is with a TS lens ?
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    to my untrained eyes, they look the same.

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    they are the same, cos both same pic wrong link for #2

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    Quote Originally Posted by caseytan
    they are the same, cos both same pic wrong link for #2
    Hmmmm you've got a point there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caseytan
    they are the same, cos both same pic wrong link for #2
    alamak paiseh, but somehow before you pointed it out I tot got diff leh !!!!!!!!! lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by rueyloon
    alamak paiseh, but somehow before you pointed it out I tot got diff leh !!!!!!!!! lol


    i dun see any difference,both look properly aligned

    OT: i think pp pay good $$ for a T/S lens is for the ability to get the movements right on the hardware itself,rather than be dependent on a software.

    u can get proper output on any body/media straight away.

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    1 is T&S. 2 is PS, very obvious... right? Or my eyes playing trick again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kex
    i dun see any difference,both look properly aligned
    hehehe........... then that's $ down the drain.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by oeyvind
    1 is T&S. 2 is PS, very obvious... right? Or my eyes playing trick again...
    how you judge it ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rueyloon
    hehehe........... then that's $ down the drain.....

    Usually got 2 main sewage system,mainly the Nikon Drain or Canon longkang

    But u are a happy man,ya ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kex
    Usually got 2 main sewage system,mainly the Nikon Drain or Canon longkang

    But u are a happy man,ya ?
    well........ I'll share about the difference I found soon
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    I'll say 2nd is PS... there is a bit loose of sharpness in the grass area compare to pic 1...

    Gesszz... reminds me of those touch screen game when u identify the diff between two photos...

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    1st is tilt shift, 2nd is PS.

    download the 2 pictures and analyse them in photoshop. in the 2nd picture, you'll observe that there is slight distortion at the left, centre and right.

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    hmmz ... look at the sides of pic 1 and pic 2 ... both looked cropped :S ...

    note that pic 1 has a little extra on the right and pic 2 has a little extra on the left ... i wonder if both are photoshopped and tilted a little ...

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    The 1st pic is tilt and shift, while the 2nd pic is PSed, thats my guess. There is a slight distortion on the 2nd pic.

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    At such resolution, any difference is negligible and insignificant.

    If you blow up the picture or look at 100% crops, there will be stretching of the pixels at the top of the PS'ed image.

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    #1 is PS
    #2 is Tilt shift
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    ok

    here's the answer

    1 is PSed while 2 is shot with a TS lens.

    I cheated abit with 2 because I didn't use a tripod, there is still abit of distortion due to the camera being not level, hence you can say I had to correct it about 5% or so. But with 1, it is shot totally upwards, hence it is 100% PSed. I overlay the 2 images and try to make them match through editing. The 2 shots are quite heavily cropped. If you overlay the 2 images on PS and look at them, you'll see the there is a U shaped distortion on the 1st image, it could be due to lens etc or what ever.

    My own conclusion is this; it is possible to almost emulate a TS lens, but 1 thing is that while you can correct for the converging verticals, the image will look stumpy. Without a "correct" photo for reference, you don't know how much to elongate the image to compensate for it.



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    Wow! Nice work rueyloon. I've been wanting a t/s lens for a while, but may just rely on PS to do the work for me.

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    i think depends how many pic u need to shoot

    if a few...still can do PS

    but when u need to shoot a lot and need to process ASAP...
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