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Demystifying the Tilt-Shift Lens

The only way to register for this event is to use the following link.  There is no RSVP through the meetup.  That is why the RSVP shows zero spots available.  The fee for this class is $39.  Doors will open at 12:45pm. 

https://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1294147

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Canon’s Tilt-Shift series of lenses bring a unique set of capabilities to the table. Back in 1991, Canon revolutionized the world of 35mm photography by introducing three Tilt-Shift (TS-E) lenses: the 90mm f/2.8, 45mm f/2.8, and 24mm f/3.5L. What makes Canon’s Tilt-Shift lenses special is summed up in their name. SLR users have a lens that can mimic the movements of the front standard of a view camera. These lenses not only can shift to retain proper perspective control, but also could tilt to alter the plane of focus.

Originally designed for architectural, commercial and landscape photographers, many others are finding unique uses for these lenses today. Once you understand the principals of how Tilt-Shift lenses work, you can free your mind and be as creative or technically correct as you want with them. This class, taught by our resident Canon expert David Henry, will teach you how to work with this style of lens so that you’ll have a great deal of confidence using one out in the field.

Join us for an evening of perspective and widen your own toolset with this unique class!

You will learn:

Fundamentals Tilt-Shift lenses

How to effectively use all movements of the lenses

Traditional and Creative uses for Tilt-Shift lenses

How Tilt-Shift lenses affect the camera’s metering system

About each of the four TS-E lenses currently in the Canon system

What to bring:

Your camera

If you own a TS-E lens, please bring it

Fully charged battery

A willingness to learn

What is provided:

Canon notebook, pen and lens cloth

Excellent instruction

Coffee, water and light snacks

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Not all of our classes will be posted on the meetup group.  To see other classes available go the the Canon Digital Learning Center:

http://learn.usa.canon.com/live_learning/cll_sanfran/canon_live_learning_san_francisco.shtml



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