WHAT IS A TILT-SHIFT LENS? AND HOW TO USE THEM TO BETTER YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY
In photography, your lens is arguably the most vital part of the camera system. It is designed to focus the light in the scene onto the digital sensor or film in the camera body and produce the sharpest possible representation of the video in front of the camera. It too controls the volume of light entering the camera with the aperture as well as giving you a specific perspective of the scene you are about to capture depending on the focal length: A longer focal length will give you the impression that you were much closer to the subject than you actually were, limit background information and scale and give the illusion that your foreground is closer to the background (lens compression). A Shorter focal length will increase the background information, create depth between the subject and the background as well as create lens distortion.
A Tilt-Shift lens will allow the user to correct lens distortion as well as get creative with focus planes.
Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: DigitalRev TV on What Is Tilt-Shift? Feat. Canon TSE 17mm F/4...