I had wanted to use the Schneider 90mm tilt shift lens for a long time, so a couple of years ago around this time
I like to shoot at night and I really like the look of this lens at night.
does operate, you’ll find that it’s a wonderful tool.
By the way, the star effect in two of the images below is from the f11 aperture I used, and not from a star filter.
The image above – the classic shot of the Chicago skyline from Montrose – was made with a Canon 5D MKIII and a 300mm f2.8 lens.
“I often think that the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day.”
– Vincent Van Gogh