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Old Mar 21, 2012, 12:26 AM   #1
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Here is an old pub that is now a backpackers hostel.
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Old Mar 21, 2012, 9:53 AM   #2
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I am not a fan of keystoning. I would either pay attention to the perspective when shooting the photo originally or correct in post.
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Old Mar 22, 2012, 4:59 AM   #3
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Hi tclune,

Can you please explain what you mean by keystoning.
I have heard it mentioned before but do not know what it is.
I know it has something to do with architecture.
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Flasha,

Keystoning is when the the sides of the building converge either at towards the top or bottom and is usually the result of the angle of perspective. I've attempted some correction of the keystoning effect below using Photoshop Elements. Unfortunately, it resulted in some cropping as well. Also the center of the building looks a bit odd...perhaps I over did it. In any event, it is not always easy to eliminate unless you change your angle of view or use perspective correction lenses ($$$$$).

By the way, you might want to check out your sensor--I noticed what appeared to be 2 dust spots which I have marked for you. Check the lens first prior to cleaning the sensor.

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Thnks wingman,

Hmm never noticed those spots before will have to check all my images.
So would i use something like lens correction or calabration.
I am hoping it is just dirt on lens which I will check later.
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