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This time I was experimenting with my Hartblei SuperRotator which I have barely used since purchasing it ages ago. I only used tilt, and not shift. With a bit more practice, I think this lens will become one that I use on most paying jobs. It is very flare prone, and slow to adjust, so for candids it is a bit risky, but for portraits it should be wonderful.

Overall, I was pleased with most of the photos straight out of the camera, with only minor tweaks. I didn't feel any need to spend more than a few minutes at most in Photoshop for any of them.

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