This is a case where perpendicular axes for tilt and shift makes sense. As this is my most commonly encountered case, I am not going to change this. I regret however that I cannot set the axes at will.
I have started to use the delayed shutter actuation, trying not to move during the second that follows mirror up movement. A good exercise. It seems to work.
There was some postprocessing done here: rebalancing the highlights and shadows, pushing the colour saturation. But none on geometry.
Also note that the PC-E 45 is prone to CA (not big but always noticeable, even on D700). LR4 does a proper job even when the lens is shifted. I wonder how, but it works.
Millions fell in 1914-18, and the list here is just the local toll of the parish.
Edited by Airy, 29 April 2012 - 20:07 .