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Old May 2, 2007, 4:02 PM   #11
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I think, it is a very beautiful building.. incredible.. because latest architecture examples have been mostly horrible.. it's time to come back to the well known an recognised values.. Well done! I like your images..
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So nice to see a building witha meaningful style on these days!

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Old May 2, 2007, 4:41 PM   #13
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Yes looks crooked to me as well :-)

Ithink the perspective of the wide 18mm as well as a slight incline

made it hard to straighten. If I only could have stepped back

further, to take this shot and not used the wide angle on the lens,

but other buildings prevented me retreating back any further, I suppose

Icould havemoved more to the centre of the building or made several

sectionshots and stitchedthem together to cope with the perspective.

Something to think about next time :idea:thanks .....musket

P.S that has started me thinking ..so i downloaded a demo vers of ImageAlign

and tried a quick keystone correction for this result


That's pretty nice,, you know i also straightend it in PSP XI with the straightening tool, but anyway good job
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That sounds interesting, I wonder how many progs have that tool

post your vers from ps pro XI if you can.............musket
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Old May 2, 2007, 5:25 PM   #15
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This is the best i could straighten it out in PSP XI, my friend also gave me his Photoshop CS2 that i installed but i don't know if it has a straightening tool still waiting for scott kirby's book that i ordered, but you know for the price PSP XI from what i see competes with Photoshop.
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Yes nice edit it is a bit straighter, BTW there is an ImageAlign

plugin for CS2I think, to adjustperspective, I wonder how

many other programs or plugins deal with perspective..........musket
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Here is the best I could do in PS. This was a tough one
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Here i think this looks much straighter,
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Tj does photoshop have it's on tool for that or do you have a plug in thanks.
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Tj does photoshop have it's on tool for that or do you have a plug in thanks.
PS has a correction tool that works well "Filters" - "Distort" - "Lens Correction"

But On this one I had to use the "rotate", "perspective" and "skew" tools al under "Edit" - "Transform"

I started over twice before I got it right
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