Shooting at a slight hill

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  1. Je-C

    Je-C TPF Noob!

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    I have a question regarding shooting on a slight hill. Yesterday I shot 419 paintball photos at a huge tourney in Oroville CA. I shoot lots since getting my D70s. Anyway, one of my photos ended up coming out great, but my subject is on a slight hill shooting at a perculiar angle as paintballers often need to for distance shots. Should I just straighten out the ground under him and let him shoot at the angle he ends up at, or should I leave it?

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    I would level it out to the ground / horizon.
     
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    Delete this thread please. A friend basically just said "rotate it to see how it looks" so ya know... I did. Simple solutions sometimes. Thanks anyway, benhasajeep. lol
     

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