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Old Nov 18, 2010, 4:32 PM   #11
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Yes, much better schmeidel. I do like this second one. I have an option in Rotate that is"line with value" and all I do is select this option and run the cursor across the image where I think the horizon should be and the software does the rest. It can be used on the vertical or the horizontal.

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Old Nov 18, 2010, 7:29 PM   #12
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Beautiful picture.

I learned something in this thread regarding a perceived "tilt". My first impression of the original picture was that it "looked" like the horizon of the scene was more than 1 degree off the horizontal. When I scrolled the waterline of the picture to the top of the browser window, I realized that part of that impression was somewhat of a natural illusion. It struck me that even if a picture doesn't have a tilt to it, all that's necessary is for it to look like it does and the effort to have it look true-to-life is hindered.

Thanks for the lesson.
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Old Nov 18, 2010, 8:55 PM   #13
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How bout a tighter pano looking crop and some contrast in the sky. The results could be much much better if I was working off the full size image, but here's my rendition just to get a feel for what I'm saying.
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Nice reflection
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