If you are as big a fan of Canon cameras and lenses as I am you might want to check out the current issue of Eos Magazine on newsstands now, or pick up a digital subscription. There is an article on the new Canon Tilt-Shift lens 90mm 2.8l that was written and photographed by a commercial photographer named Daniel Jackson. Yes, the same Daniel Jackson.
One of the best parts of being a photographer is the tools. It can be a blast to try out a new lens and see how its features might allow new creative possibilities. I recently picked up a new Canon 90mm tse 2.8l Tilt-Shift to use while shooting product photography and have begun putting the lens through its paces. I even did a blog post comparing the new 90mm tse vs. the older 90mm right here.
Tilt-shift lenses are an important part of the work I do, whether it is for architectural photography or product and food. I find it invaluable to have the ability to control perspective that no other type of lens can manage. With my devoted affection to tilt-shift lenses I was a perfect candidate to demonstrate how this special kind of lens might help other photographers with their work.
If you are all curious about tilt shift lenses, check out the article or pop over to my blog post for a condensed version and a comparison between the two Canon 90mm tilt-shifts