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  1. craig

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    The last 8 to 10 exposures take on a lot of different meanings for me. At the moment of this shot I saw a glow. I was not to psyched when I got back to the lab, but now I may like it. Help!

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    .5 CCW rotation? that center pole is a bit off. Other than that I really like this.
     
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    i agree. those poles really jump out at ya! good eye!
     
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    what are you guys talking about?
     
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    1/2 degree counter clock wise rotation. The pole in the center should be perfectly straight (IMO).
     
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    Thanks for the comments!!! I kind of like the skew of this one, but I will try the rotation.
     
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    NO. DO NOT ROTATE IT. it would have no interest at all without the combined skew and convergence.
     
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    I think it is a great pic. I vote to leave it.
     
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    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    yes, the skew definately works for me here too! Its kinda like the lens distortion you get with wide angle lens, it makes buildings and objects looks imposing.

    straightening it will of course make it look more realistic so it depends on what effect you are trying acheive :D

    nice one craig! I dig the sun sparkles going across the polls too, nice touch :)
     
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    I shot this at 18mm on the 18-70 Nikor.

    Nikon D1
    1/320s
    ƒ10
    200 ISO

    Again thanks for the input! This one almost landed in the "outtakes"

    I hate to get all "wishy washy", but I can not express enough; the value of posting on this (and to a lesser degree) all forums. Photo dialogue has changed my way of seeing.
     

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