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  1. JonMikal

    JonMikal TPF Noob!

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    tried tweaking the vertical but doesn't work. too much wide angle.

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    This is how I fixed you photo:
    I put your photo in the "Brush Strokes Image Editor" which you can get free of the internet and then I turned on "Linear Interpolation" then I click on the arror on the top tight of the photo and dragged it until your photo was straightened up. Then I selected a rectangle and then I cropped it.
    Easy as that.
     
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    Yeah, it's out slightly. But I like it none-the-less. Very impressive.
     
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    The clouds really add to the emotion of the picture. Great Capture :shock:
     
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    Amazing!!! I look at this frame and your court house shot and see a strong original style!!! Beautiful lighting.
     
  6. JonMikal

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    thanks guys for your kind remarks.
     
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    Impressive, I agree it will be better if everyting can be straighten up... I think...
    Great shot!
     
  8. JonMikal

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    yep. i saw the tilt but was unsure how to address it. if adjusting ccw the column on the right will tilt in...argh! maybe i'll move it a tad and see what happens. thanks for the comments!
     
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    All i can say is I really like this photo and that is very unusual framing of the subject....good eye, u post some great stuff

    Edit: The tilt does not bother me at all, it may even add to the picture. Why does everthing have to be perfectly square, who made that rule?
     
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    Thank you Cruzin for the kind comment! I am looking for my niche in this field and tend to love working with curves, but I don't want to fall in a grove!
     
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    yay! that is wonderful! I didn't notice tilting until I read somewhere here that it is tiltet so don't worry! The sky is awesome,.. did you add contrast there?
     

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