Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Frequency, May 17, 2011.
I would crop it tighter and not include the plant. I would also lose the ugly frame.
Actually i was not sure about that; finally i kept the bush within frame...
And the outer frame.....
Here it is...
a little rotation and lens correction to make it more symetrical. I would include some of the black at the bottom and the colorful roof personally.
Actually i am ignorant about the lens distortion correction. Would you please tell how to achieve this?
I use lightroom. So if you take for example high rise buildings. Sometimes it looks like the building is leaning. You can correct that. I am sure you can do it on photo shop to but I havent done it.
In photoshop cs5 the shortcut is Shift+Ctrl+R for lens correction. I think in CS3 it's under filter > distort > lens correction. Even though yours isn't a lens issue but a perspective issue (you weren't perfectly perpendicular to the window), you still fix it the same way.
Thank you Schwettylens; let me try this
Thank you Bazooka; but i wonder, why the left end has fine alignment but only the right end is inclined ????
because you shot it in an angle a bit
I have to say, I like the crop a lot more than the original. I personally would crop it just a hair less. Just enough to leave the blue trim under the window. Just my two cents. Thanks for sharing it
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