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By TimothyDMorton  
Their is no dust on the left edge of my sensor the material featured in the previous post is actual snow as it was blowing around and like the in previous post, but features just the path and was captured the same way along with the post processing steps in Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 in a Windows '7 machine.

Note -- Members made the comment no EXIF data this the 2nd time this happened and the last time was when I was doing stuff for a LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY at Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology and makes me wonder if sometimes and if happened twice in seven years of ownership I would be considered.

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mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1848 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2014 1:01PM
This is an odd one. I do like the view, and the breadth that the crop conveys, though I would like to see more of the curved waterfront on the right.

But: whereas the foreground lamp posts are nicely vertical, everything behind them appears to be tilted. I shall be interested to see if Willie can give an explanation in terms of optical distortion, meanwhile I have produced a Mod which looks more stable and balanced to my eye.

I have removed around five blobs from the sky in the upper middle to right part of the frame - sorry, they do look like dirty marks not snow flurries to me.

Re missing Exif data - it is quite probable that the means that you are using to save your downsized picture for the web is stripping some data from the file.

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paulbroad Plus
10 123 1215 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2014 5:03PM
It does look to lean to the left, but more on the right side than the left. Could be wide angle distortion, but my 10/20 wouldn't be that noticeable. There are signs of over processing with the general effect being a slightly compressed tonal range in places although there are whites. Image a bit soft?

mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1848 United Kingdom
10 Jan 2014 5:10PM
I'm glad Paul sees the same as me, so I'm not imagining things - it's the fact that the left looks straight and the right looks tilted.
Thanks everyone, I will try and keep that in mind when I work on my next panoramic illustration(s.)

Have a wonderful and safe weekend,

Timothy in Hamilton, Ontario (Canada)

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