Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by jocose, Dec 28, 2005.
Here's what I think is a nice shot of the Smithsonian Institution's Castle. What do you think?
Woah- it must be on a hill. Good pic otherwise!
:lmao: nope, not on a hill. jo, has cronic inner ear infections. :mrgreen:
OK, so clearly this is an ongoing issue that I seem to be having. Barring eardrops or a decompression chamber, do you (or anyone else plagued with this affliction) have any suggestions as to how I can learn to compensate for this problem?
JM, can you work your magic, cuz I can't see where it's tilted.
i like the glare in the windows :thumbup:
nice colors too
You actually get ear infections that makes you tilty?? , not laughing at you, but with you!
Whatever way they seem to tilt, compensate a few degrees against your judgement. Or get a tripod and line up the little bubble in the middle :lmao:
if you're shooting digital, there must be an option that draws a grid on the display. Doesn't beat a tripod, but still works!
Nice shot, btw.
very warm colors, i like it.. Jo i think maybe you should just tilt every picture you take a tad to the left in PS, i think that'll solve your problem! I think a slight crop off the bottom to get rid of those heads in the lower left and maybe even a little higher to get rid of the cars, just my opinion tho.
Love the sun reflecting in the windows but as JM said the tilt is pretty noticable.
Has it been fix, because I do see any side ways tilt or rotation, do see some backwards tilt and natural perspective
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