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Thursday, 27 September 2012
The Front of Hever Castle


I adjusted the perspective of this photograph but unfortunately created some other distortions….

Posted by bigblue on 27/09/2012 at 08:09 AM
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There are heaps of youtube tutorials on how to avoid that, but the best resource is Martin Evening’s latest book.

Posted by flank  on  30/09/2012  at  10:18 PM

Thanks, I’ll check that out. I suspect that you need to start with the composition of the shot, and use a 35 to 50 mm lens (I used 22 mm in the shot which meant post adjustments were always going to be difficult).

Posted by bigblue  on  06/10/2012  at  11:17 AM

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