A tilt-shift set I found on flickr with GF1

Boyzo

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Some cool images in his gallery

His shots are in low light so no strong light, I think his hand holding the lens against the lens mount on the body does block stray light.

Try it only caution could be to avoid strong sun direct on the sensor then again changing a lens outdoors is the same.

Tilt Shift - a set on Flickr

I wonder what adapter he used?

Edit: He wasn't using any!? I want how he dealt with the light leak?
 

Boyzo

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Ye it is also it's gonna need practice.

Just a thought if using a legacy lens with the Pany or Oly m43 adapter a rubber sleeve attached to the adapter and the lens body would give flexibility and protection ... tie both with rubber bands .. use a rubber glove cuff trimmed.
 

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