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Oct 03, 2016 08:21 |  #4951

The Federal Courthouse in downtown Kansas City, Missouri:

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Oct 05, 2016 20:28 |  #4952

Downtown Kansas City, Missouri:

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Oct 05, 2016 22:28 |  #4953

David Arbogast wrote in post #18128792 (external link)
Thanks Jeff!

I'm not one to try to take a landscape photo at mid-day, but the clouds and reflections here were too interesting for me to pass up. :)

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Beauty, David. Great reflections.


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Oct 08, 2016 12:06 |  #4954

David Arbogast wrote in post #18146361 (external link)
Going for a 2D illustration sort of look with this one:

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Works really well, got that dark gothic look of some of the early super-hero comic books!

Edgar Allen Poe eh, yes looks like spooky enough to have the odd "undead god" around. ;)


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Oct 11, 2016 15:05 |  #4955

Lester Wareham wrote in post #18151650 (external link)
Works really well, got that dark gothic look of some of the early super-hero comic books!

Edgar Allen Poe eh, yes looks like spooky enough to have the odd "undead god" around. ;)

Thanks Lester! :)

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Oct 11, 2016 16:41 |  #4956

David Arbogast wrote in post #18154304 (external link)
Thanks Lester! :)

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Seeing quite a bit of keystoning there. :(


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Oct 11, 2016 17:14 |  #4957

Alveric wrote in post #18154389 (external link)
Seeing quite a bit of keystoning there. :(

If you're seeing "quite a bit" then you need an eye exam. :(


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Oct 11, 2016 17:30 |  #4958

Nope, I don't. It's a common effect when the lines are too exact and the bulding is too tall or too close to the camera. Adding just a few fractions of a degree of keystoning actually cancels the effect. Funny how it all is. The church in your photo does appear to be leaning forward and the spires kinda inflated, even though your lines are perfectly vertical (yeah, I used a ruler).


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Oct 11, 2016 17:37 |  #4959

Alveric wrote in post #18154428 (external link)
Nope, I don't. It's a common effect when the lines are too exact and the bulding is too tall or too close to the camera. Adding just a few fractions of a degree of keystoning actually cancels the effect. Funny how it all is. The church in your photo does appear to be leaning forward and the spires kinda inflated, even though your lines are perfectly vertical (yeah, I used a ruler).

You should have made yourself more clear. There isn't any actual keystoning, which is what I thought you were talking about. Rather you are suggesting that I actually add keystoning to create a more aesthetically pleasing image. I can appreciate that criticism and may consider making an adjustment.


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Oct 11, 2016 19:53 |  #4960

Golden hour @ Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto

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Oct 12, 2016 06:23 |  #4961

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Oct 12, 2016 19:33 |  #4962

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What a cool building. Nice images.

Thank you!


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Oct 13, 2016 00:36 |  #4963

David Arbogast wrote in post #18146899 (external link)
The Federal Courthouse in downtown Kansas City, Missouri:

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Great skills in both composing and post processing. This photo is awesome! What I dislike is the pronounced halos bottom right corner on the signs and the building in background.




  
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Oct 14, 2016 07:52 as a reply to  @ David Arbogast's post |  #4964

Personally, I wouldn't. I find it to be a pleasing image as is - I have no idea what Alveric is on about nor do I see any illusion of keystoning.


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Oct 18, 2016 21:09 |  #4965

This isn't a particularly exceptional image by any means, but it's a 4-shot extra-vertical (vertical camera plus vertical shift) pano from the 5Ds that cropped down to a whopping 5,250 x 12,500 pixels. You can download the full-resolution version from Flickr if you want to check out the details. I'm not thrilled with the softness at the very bottom and very top, but I was shifted to nearly the maximum and the foreground was quite close, so it's to be expected.

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