Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Invisible Man, Jan 3, 2010.
Just a couple of shots of a church's interior.
Any tips on how to improve are welcome!
The 2nd one looks GREAT, the first one i wold say looks kinda crooked. kinda seem to lean to the right. I would just say streighten it. otherwise its cool as well.
You're right, the first one is crooked, thanks! :thumbup:
Anything else I could improve in either of the pics? Anyone?
I like the exposure on both. The first one would really benefit from some perspective correction.
Regarding alignments and perspective, I used a UWA lens intentionally to get some distortion of the lines. In the first shot I wanted to make the church appear high and in the second I wanted the columns to give a sense of deepness to the perspective. I have two questions for you all:
1 - Do you think these shots successfully convey what I intended?
2 - Do you like this approach or would it be better to just go for a classic straight lines architecture shooting style?
Thanks for your comments!
I think it looks fine. Now, I generally don't do architectural/buildings, but sometimes it's nice to a over-done perspective. Make sense? But, sometimes I do correct the distortion if it fits.
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