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Old Jul 23, 2003, 7:00 PM   #1
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Default Not grand, just a log house

Shot with the camera pointing upwards at 45 degrees to frame the truss through the opening for the bay window. It does illustrate some of the problem of extreme perspective correction. The eve on the front of the house has the same overhang as along the sides of the house.

A more subtle issue with this amount of perspective correction is the disconcerting effect of looking straight on at the front of the house while at the same time looking upwards to the ceiling/truss.


The photo above was stitched from the originals below. One set for the outside of the building, the second to get the truss inside the house. All stitching of the six images and the perspective correction was done in one operation with Panorama Tools using PTGui as the front-end.
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Old Jul 24, 2003, 5:39 PM   #2
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Default Re: Not grand, just a log house

Very intersting post, BillDrew.
I think perspective correction is an unavoidable topic when dealing with architectural photos.

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A more subtle issue with this amount of perspective correction is the disconcerting effect of looking straight on at the front of the house while at the same time looking upwards to the ceiling/truss.
YES!
A clear explanation that can be completely applied to the "Arco della Pace in the Sunset" shots.
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