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St Andrews Church

By c_evans99  
I learned a lot about the transform function in Photoshop doing this pic... I started with a rotate to get the near side tower vertical, skew transform to correct the lean on the far side tower, and because this widened the tower, a horizontal distort transform to correct it. If anyone knows an easier way to do this I'll be more than happy to hear it.

Tags: Architecture Victorian Swansea Black and white Digitally manipulated Transform Saint helens road Perspective correction

Voters: Frase, User_Removed, plugin and 5 more

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Frase 13 Scotland
8 May 2008 12:37AM
Well thought out image , Mono looks great , might have cloned out the bird , good angle of shot ....i like this .
c_evans99 17 7.0k 1 Wales
8 May 2008 11:25AM
Thank you Don. It's amazing how different the same scene can look simply by moving 20 yards. I wasn't sure about leaving the lamp post in but I think it helps give scale to the church.

I've no excuse for leaving the bird in except I no longer live on the coast and I miss seagulls Smile

User_Removed 17 455 13 United Kingdom
8 May 2008 5:19PM
The correction seems to work well. I like the lamp post. I've found seagulls often need cloning out, but in a larger print they can be fine.


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