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Just starting out. Advice much appreciated.
These are modifications uploaded by other members of the photo above. Download the photo by right clicking Download Photo and clicking Save As.
Have you got a bigger shot, Tim? You are allowed a max of 600 pixels on the longest side whereas your shot is only 400 pixels. With your large border as well it is really difficult to see what is going on.
Quote: Have you got a bigger shot, Tim? You are allowed a max of 600 pixels on the longest side whereas your shot is only 400 pixels. With your large border as well it is really difficult to see what is going on.
Agree with above, but also something strange, the Christmas tree is leaning to the right but the fountain is leaning to the left, if you level to photo it would cause the tree to be at more of an angle strange effect, the colours and reflection are great.
Apart from the size issue above, this neeeds to be sharpened before you upload it after re sizing, and due to the wide angle lens, you have converging verticals that need to be straightened.
If you take the shot from a side-on angle like this, you can end up with verticals that converge differently which can be hard to correct, so your best to take the shot straight on to include the tree and fountain so the both lean the same amount, - if possible of course.
Ive loaded a mod as an example, - doesn't look great though due to the small size.
Hope this helps,
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