Busy tilting and shifting this weekend

The Gherkin, London, November 2019

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 16 November 2019

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

63 thoughts on “Busy tilting and shifting this weekend

      1. Gracias! I’ve been admiring your photos since I started following your site a couple of months ago. I appreciate the share opportunity and the challenge of a six words description. Olé! Rebecca


    1. That older building is really there – one of the joys of the city of London. Anything from Roman ruins to skyscrapers.
      And I loved your images, Tish – they captured me and I didn’t count the words 😉

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    1. You can literally tilt and shift bits of the lens. It allows you to take photos of tall buildings without all the lines converging – a bit like standing on the ground floor and letting the lens run up a few flights of stairs!!


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