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Fire Hydrant
Lens: 18-55mm Camera: K-x Photo Location: Rotterdam, NY 
Posted By: Unr3a1, 08-15-2010, 10:13 AM

Discovered cross processing on my Kx. Figured I would share. Criticism welcome.



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08-15-2010, 11:07 AM   #2
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Could use some rotation

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Thanks for the suggestion. I thought the image looked a little crooked. How's this?



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Mhh… Maybe rotate it a bit more? You know, when there is a tilt of a half degree or so it's a flaw, but when it's several degrees it has to be intentional

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Hmmm... I used the parking line as a reference, and when I put a sheet of paper on my screen, the parking line is level (as far as I can tell). Maybe the fire hydrant is coming out of the ground crooked....

Ok... so I a edited the pic again, this time using the rim of the hydrant as a point of reference. Now the hydrant is level, but the parking line is not. Assuming the hydrant is coming out of the ground straight, what would cause the parking lines to not be level? Thanks.



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I actually dig the original slightly tilted image. Go figure
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