I was wondering if there is a particular technique for establishing tilt when using a tech camera when not using a GG for focus checking?
I'm very used to accurately setting tilt when using a GG on a 4x5 and DSLR using the viewfinder or live view. However, the GG on my Alpa is pretty small and a challenge at times even for regular focusing (I mostly use zone focus with distometer or infinity/hyper-focal setting). Is there a good workable solution for setting tilt without the use of the GG or a bunch of math (I know how to calculate it but that's not really practical in the field).
Is there an easy technique for approximating what's needed or do folks play the trial and error game? I've been experimenting with focus stacking as an alternative to getting a tilt/swing adapter for my Alpa but it makes for a lot of shooting, particularly if adding shifts & LCC shots.