If you love tilt-shift photography, you might be worried about how much it would cost to purchase a tilt-shift lens, or how hard it might be to make one for yourself. Well fret not photographers as thanks to Instructables user, Joe Murphy, it seems that he was also looking for a cheaper way to create a tilt-shift lens adapter for himself or more specifically, his Panasonic GF1 camera. He managed to put together this plunger-type adapter by coming up with the design using Autodesk’s 123D software which was then printed out from a 3D printer (the joys of 3D printing!). Either way he has managed to come up with several different adapters so pop on over to Joe Murphy’s Instructables page for the download and instructions on how to make one for yourselfRELATED
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