Macro photography captures the unseen details in life up-close. These are shortsighted though due to the small focal plane that a macro lens creates. This can lead to only capturing a fragment of the unseen. The purpose for this poster is to provide a reimagined system to this focal plane problem. To solve this issue, the tilt-shift camera rig will be utilized. The tilt-shift rig has the ability to manipulate the plane of focus by tilting the lens board, we can change the view and capture a fuller image with minimal fall off. This will be achieved by mounting the macro lens to the tilt-shift rig and mounting the whole system on a stack shot rail system to get focal slices down to the millimeter difference.
Zizzo, Stuart, "Macro Tilt-Shift" (2021). Video Presentations. 63.