Thank you!Awesome image. And intriguing. I have to go find out more about that bridge now.
Thank you. It is a nice place and with the COVID happening less tourists around in this spot.Very good shot, it looks like an interesting location......
Thank you! I did try to do that in post but somehow it never worked for me, maybe I'm doing something wrong.Beautiful bridge. Maybe straighten the building a bit and it would be a stunner.
Thank you!Whoa! That's fantastic! Love the sharpness, the light and color. Good job.
I would really appreciate if somebody could help me out with straightening out the building. This is what I tried, in LR -> Transform -> Tried all options and none of the helped.my thoughts exactly. it was the first thing i noticed because of the vertical line of windows running so close to the edge of the frame.
Thanks! Yeah this bridge leads to Gardens by the bay.Great shot. I remember the bridge from when we went down to "gardens by the bay". Hoping we can get back to Singapore soon.
Thanks! I'll try that out.I am not a LR user, but in Photoshop, you can straighten in the cropping tool by moving the cursor near a corner until a " circular arrow " icon appears and moving the cursor to tilt the photo until it appears straight. There is also an automatic straightening feature which I never use. I like being hands on. A youtube search will probably give you the Lightroom version.
Thanks! I'll try the wide angle filter to see how the results come up.If you have photoshop try the wide angle filter, I find it very useful for some shots
Thank you. This was helpful.in lightroom use the transform>guided tool. after clicking on the guided option there should be a symbol that looks like a # in a dark grey circle (top left of the transform panel next to "reset upright"). click on that # symbol to use the guided transform tool. place one line (two dots) on the building's windows and the second line on another vertical line. the building in the center should work, it doesn't have to be a long line. some cropping will be required.
Thank you! I'll replicate the same.