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Posted By: bsamcash, 12-20-2014, 11:57 PM

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12-21-2014, 12:19 AM   #2
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Good concept. But I think it should be just a little wider so "Original Joe's" is not scraping the edge of the frame. You also need to level up the horizon (check the top windows).
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Good concept. But I think it should be just a little wider so "Original Joe's" is not scraping the edge of the frame.
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You also need to level up the horizon (check the top windows).
Yeah. I am not sure what happened here. I held it level and flat when I took the photo, the ground is level, and I corrected distortion in post, but I still have this funky perspective warping.
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but I still have this funky perspective warping.
A quick fix using the perspective or skew filters in PS.

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Yeah. I am not sure what happened here. I held it level and flat when I took the photo, the ground is level, and I corrected distortion in post, but I still have this funky perspective warping.
All my photos suffer from the same problem. I know it isn't me so I think the ground shifts.
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As I already mentioned... here is 10 second quick wee tweak using Perspective Warp in PS CC 2014.

If you spent more time on it, I'm sure even better results could be obtained.
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As I already mentioned... here is 10 second quick wee tweak using Perspective Warp in PS CC 2014.
Thanks!

Now if only I could afford Photoshop. I have Pixelmator. Do you know if that has a similar feature?
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No I'm sorry I don't know that package at all. Also PS and LR are available from Adobe for $8 ish monthly.

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Thanks!

Now if only I could afford Photoshop. I have Pixelmator. Do you know if that has a similar feature?
Paint.net's Rotate/Zoom feature does out-of-plane rotations. Ctrl-Shift-Z will bring up the tool, and you can play with the "globe" under Roll.

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