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This is a discussion on Islamic Architecture within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; I really like the composition and symmetry here. Very striking! You may want to straighten the left columns slightly in ...

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    I really like the composition and symmetry here. Very striking!
    You may want to straighten the left columns slightly in Pshop.
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    Wow...that is quite something! Really diggin' the perspective on this shot!
    Well done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by marko View Post
    I really like the composition and symmetry here. Very striking!
    You may want to straighten the left columns slightly in Pshop.

    Thanks Marco, really appreciated...
    It was my first time to post on any website... i have been following your podcasts...
    I think i will just pop in again to shoot this particular image to fix the top arch & the columns...

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    Quote Originally Posted by designer View Post
    I think i will just pop in again to shoot this particular image to fix the top arch & the columns...
    you can try....but I'm not convinced it's possible to get the whole scene as you have it now with absolutely straight (unphotoshopped ) columns, without the use of a shift lens. (what architectural photographers use)

    Your safest bet for the straightest lines is to keep your camera 100% straight on a tripod with a level. You cannot angle it up or down or left or right.
    Hope that helps and good luck!
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    Please note that a duplicate of this thread was also in the "Show" forum. I merged it into this thread as it's confusing to have the same thread in multiple forums. Thx - Marko
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