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Dec 16, 2015 18:51 |  #1

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Dec 16, 2015 20:07 |  #2

And for all you Seinfeld fans out there.......

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Dec 27, 2015 18:39 |  #3

It is tilted and the verticals are converging severely. That can all be corrected in LR and when corrected, it would be a beautiful shot.


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Dec 28, 2015 21:29 |  #4

rgs wrote in post #17834419 (external link)
It is tilted and the verticals are converging severely. That can all be corrected in LR and when corrected, it would be a beautiful shot.

Agreed, it was the first thing that jumped out at me. In Photoshop the lens correction filter will allow you to draw a straight line, tracing one of the verticals in the image, to automatically get it aligned properly. You'll lose a little bit due to the need to crop the image after rotating it.


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Dec 29, 2015 09:01 |  #5

thanks for the constructive comments; I don't have LR and my camera is not real sophisticated. If there is a software on the web I could download that would be helpful.




  
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Dec 29, 2015 09:24 |  #6

timc wrote in post #17836023 (external link)
thanks for the constructive comments; I don't have LR and my camera is not real sophisticated. If there is a software on the web I could download that would be helpful.

I'm not sure if Gimp will do it (hopefully someone will know), but it's the open source Photos hop and it's free. Try that.


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Jan 18, 2016 10:26 |  #7

Beautiful place!!




  
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