What do you do when you have converging lines when taking architecture shots? This won't happen any more if you have a tilt-shift lens, which can open up a plethora of creative image options. Thanks to the shift function, parallel lines are moved so that the effect of buildings that appear to topple towards each other, for example, is corrected while taking the photo. With the tilt function the lens system can be gradually tilted, so the focal range can be moved. A very popular use is to create optical illusions, such as miniature effects.
But some don't have enough confidence to use a tilt-shift lens. You'll need a little practice, but it's not that difficult to get used to. We will show you how it works: