Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by hyakuhei, Jun 26, 2007.
Just a few pictures that I snapped whilst out with some friends in Annecy, France.
In the first shot , you should fix the keystoning. The castle sees to be leaning. This is common when photographing a tall structure and can easily be repaired in most editing programs. I think the 2nd shot would be improved if you shot it at a different time of day, either early AM or PM when the sun is lower in the sky. The 3rd shot is a nice close up with a shallow DOF. Good job isolating the subject from the background. The 4th shot is just a nice shot of friends. and the last shot would be improved if the paper on the ground wasn't there.
As i mentioned these were tourist shots, not posed so not much I can do about the time of day.
The keystoning on the bridge... how do I fix that?
Let me know what software you are using and I will try to help.
I need to get to work, to pay for this habit. I'll check back later.
i like 2 the best
I use GIMP which is like photoshop CS but a bit stupid in places! If you don't know it then thats ok, I'll find some tutorials but I have to say, I can't see the keystoning - I can see it in some photo's but I'm not sure about this one, which way do you see them leaning ?
Thank you :-D
Sorry, I don't know Gimp. The towers seem to be leaning slightly backward.
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