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Old Nov 20, 2010, 10:23 AM   #11
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One of the neat things about CS 5 is the lens correction feature. You put in your DSLR body make/model and then the lens -- and Photoshop will automatically correct the shot.
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One of the neat things about CS 5 is the lens correction feature. You put in your DSLR body make/model and then the lens -- and Photoshop will automatically correct the shot.
Nice shot and processing, but it feels like the floor leaning to the right side. Did you do anything to adjust the perspective?
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Nice shot and processing, but it feels like the floor leaning to the right side. Did you do anything to adjust the perspective?
Not other than what I mentioned
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That room looks so comfortable! I could easily take a nap there. Definitely better than any hotel room I have to stay in when I go to California. You should open a bed and breakfast!
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