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Nov 18, 2011 15:15 |  #1

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Nov 20, 2011 20:01 |  #2

Ah, taking pictures of straight lines, head on, as here, sometimes requires them to be exactly straight. They subtly aren't in this picture though.

Fix in post or reshoot with a TS?

Otherwise a very nice location.




  
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Nov 23, 2011 03:54 |  #3

Thank you. I understand the urge to have the few slanted lines straightened. This is how we photographers work. Well, all eyes (or more precisely: all brains) will easily detect the not perfectly straight lines. However, looking at feedback I get from various sources, it's almost exlusively from photographers that I hear about the not straight lines. The other viewers simply focus on the light, the color and the question: how many things are visible in the reflections.

What I learn again here is: if I wanted to submit this to a photographer jury, I would absolutely need to fix the lines. If I'd use this scene in the wide public, the lines aren't a problem at all.

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Dec 06, 2011 00:29 |  #4

What is so great about it, is that nothing is perfect, in real life even the structure is not a true straight line. I like it.


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Dec 06, 2011 04:48 as a reply to  @ 7D_Sniper's post |  #5

Interesting study of lines! The most interesting thing I find about it though, is that apparently it was taken by an invisible photographer using an invisible camera and an invisible tripod!


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Dec 07, 2011 04:52 |  #6

Right, 7D_sniper! :)

And the photographer is visible in the middle of the shot. No tripod, though.

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