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Evening sky

By HarrietH
I am just trying out my new wide angle lens. There is a bit of distortion but I thought the sky was a beautiful colour and the weather was fine today although the weatherman said it would rain. I am glad that sometimes they are wrong.

Tags: Landscape and travel Evening sky

Voters: Tish1, ColleenA, Holmewood and 17 more


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ColleenA Plus
4 318 4 Australia
9 Apr 2014 8:57PM
Congrats on the new lens, I also get distortion on my wide angle lens...a beautiful sky over the roof tops.

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Nikonuser1 Plus
4 56 13 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2014 12:36AM
Have you LR Maureen if so this distortion can be corrected in the lens correction panelSmile


Cliff
10 Apr 2014 3:50AM
Enchanting sky. Nice compo. Great result from your new lens
CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
10 Apr 2014 5:56AM
Enjoy your new toy, Maureen Smile Carol
10 Apr 2014 6:03AM
"Girls and their toys" Wink
I agree, Lightroom is a wonderful package for sorting out all manner of photographic 'problems'.
It would help with correcting the distortion, but not converging angles, if you have the camera tilted upwards.
That can be corrected in PS, which is another expense but well worthwhile - but I expect you knew all that, Harriet?!
Have fun.

Simon
10 Apr 2014 7:07AM
Such delicate colours in that sky
Have fun with the new lens
10 Apr 2014 7:26AM

Quote:"Girls and their toys" Wink
I agree, Lightroom is a wonderful package for sorting out all manner of photographic 'problems'.
It would help with correcting the distortion, but not converging angles, if you have the camera tilted upwards.
That can be corrected in PS, which is another expense but well worthwhile - but I expect you knew all that, Harriet?!
Have fun.



Simon



GrinAll people who like photography as a hobby know about expense Simon.Wink I was pointing upwards in this shot as you noted, I was avoiding my clothes lines instead of having to clone. I have the same trouble at our country house, a huge power line just at the level of the balcony which has a wonderful view with four villages in sight. I get very angry with it.
If birds would use it to pose for me I might be less angry but they don't seem to like it either so I will just have to live with it.
10 Apr 2014 8:39AM
Beautiful sky.
xwang 7 55 8
10 Apr 2014 8:33PM
Yeah,... beautiful sky.
11 Apr 2014 1:04PM
Great ,explore more in autumn
Mike_Smith Plus
9 305 1 United Kingdom
11 Apr 2014 4:10PM
Great shot Maureen, and enjoy the new lens

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