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Food Photography with 50mm Tilt-Shift

MarkY
Contributor

Hello,

    A couple of recent photos with a 50mm Tilt-Shift lens on a 5D Mark IV. I am blending daylight with two Profoto B1 lights. I am tethered to Macbook Pro 16 M1 running Capture One Pro. 50mm Tilt-Shift at f/2.8 with tilt up slightly and shift on maximum.50mm Tilt-Shift at f/2.8 with tilt up slightly and shift on maximum.50mm Tilt-Shift at f/2.8 with tilt slightly forward and shift slight.50mm Tilt-Shift at f/2.8 with tilt slightly forward and shift slight.

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rs-eos
Elite
Elite

Very nice work!

How you do you like the Profoto lights?  I'm tempted to move to Profoto (looking at the B10X units) when I move to mirrorless in the next couple of years.

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Ricky

Camera: EOS 5D IV, EF 50mm f/1.2L, EF 135mm f/2L
Lighting: Profoto Lights & Modifiers

Thanks! I've been using the B1's (I have four) for about ten years now, and I love them. The B10X has Bluetooth and will display power in the new Connect Pro (I have the Air Remote, which is the older model remote.) The B1X has a removable glass front that can be swapped out for a dome glass when using Beauty Dish (The B10X does not have removable glass, and if it breaks has to be sent in to replace it.) I'm sure that you wouldn't drop them. I have a friend that did, so that's how I know. Also, on low power, I can shoot continuous sequences with pouring liquids, and the flash keeps up. Support is good with Profoto as well. They cost a premium, but you will not be disappointed. I hope that helps. Enjoy your Sunday!

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