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Old Mar 28, 2016, 2:00 PM   #11
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musket: Nice to see the other angle, helps me validate that I was interpreting the correct elements in my "complaint" about perspective. I think that it'll be pretty tough to correct it to the point that the shot looks like it was taken from a distance with a long lens (the way to shoot this scene, given the subject matter, though impossible due to walls! lol)...

If I absolutely needed to use one of these shots (one of the ones that is highly angled), I'd probably consider cloning out the two oak "rails" that go around the room. This elimination would reduce the number of lines your eyes have to follow, resulting in a shot that feels "straight". Unfortunately, *doing* the edit would likely be a nightmare (too many shadows and lights to deal with).

I do like the last example best, simply because you were in the middle of the room, reducing perspective issues. Of course, I see the point of taking the shot from the end, you want to showcase the untouched table / setting / etc.
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Old Mar 30, 2016, 5:06 AM   #12
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@ conor Thanks for the heads up it makes us all think
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Old Mar 30, 2016, 3:29 PM   #13
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@ conor Thanks for the heads up it makes us all think
No Problem!
I'm great with the geometry once someone else has done the work, too bad I'm utter shit at "getting a pretty picture of the setting"! =P
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