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Leaning Pics


19 Dec 2007 2:29PM
Hadn't thought of it from that angle! Smile

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csurry
12 9.2k 92
19 Dec 2007 2:30PM
It's just a matter of degree(s)
19 Dec 2007 2:33PM
I can encompass that!
joolsb e2
10 27.1k 38 Switzerland
19 Dec 2007 2:35PM
More like a sine of the times....
csurry
12 9.2k 92
19 Dec 2007 2:36PM
Too obtuse for me!
19 Dec 2007 2:36PM
I think your going off at a tangent!
joolsb e2
10 27.1k 38 Switzerland
19 Dec 2007 2:38PM
You've got an acute case of it, Jas....
19 Dec 2007 2:40PM
Must be a co-tangent, then, jools...
joolsb e2
10 27.1k 38 Switzerland
19 Dec 2007 2:52PM
Not sure bout this. Hang on a secant...
Carabosse e2
11 39.7k 269 England
19 Dec 2007 3:24PM

Quote:I think your going off at a tangent!


Inevitably....... cos it's EPZ!
19 Dec 2007 6:12PM
All i was doing was to draw your attention to the fact that on some K10D models there has been a tendancy that there has been some leaning in the image. I would suggest that this issue should be taken seriously and as already mentioned check out the Pentax User site and go to Pentax Digital SLRs and read the post " leaning pics with the K10D ". Hopefully this will help.
justin c e2
11 4.6k 36 England
19 Dec 2007 6:19PM
May I suggest a photographic forum may not be the best place to resolve your issue.
I'd be more inclined to perhaps try a medical forum as the cause seems fairly obvious to me.
Your right leg is shorter than the other Wink

I believe you can have the soles of shoes specially built up to help with the issue.
Sounds like your images will drastically improve with a trip to your local cobbler.

A cheaper option if you'd prefer, would be to wear your left shoe as you would normally and perhaps borrow a right shoe from your wife/girlfriend/partner,etc .Sounds like a stilletto is what would work superbly.
You may at first feel a little aprehensive about looking a little strange wearing a woman's stilletto, but if she has a black pair I'm sure it'll look fine and go very well with your camera.
19 Dec 2007 6:27PM
You are missing the point i'm trying to help if you are not interested in my help then don't comment.. This is the second time that i have put a post on this forum. The first time i found that i was getting silly comments so i made a point on that issue and was told to chill out, so i did. I'm happy with everything else that this web site has to offer but obviously this is not a forum for me.
19 Dec 2007 6:37PM
Personally I'm a little surprised that something as serious as this could subside heavily to the right into such schoolboy humour...
justin c e2
11 4.6k 36 England
19 Dec 2007 6:54PM
Being serious for a minute it does sound as if it's an issue with the camera body. To help try and get to the bottom of the issue, is it a right or a left-handed camera body you're using??

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