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andylea 7 37 1 United Kingdom
13 May 2009 12:16AM
wonderful colour and light nice one
andy

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newy17 10 273 United Kingdom
13 May 2009 4:42AM
Hi Emma,
its still out a tad what software are you useing ?
Let me know and ill help you,

Also i hope you got a permit off Anthony to take a shot of his Lighthouse lol SmileSmile
ian..
johnjrp 12 432 5 Australia
13 May 2009 7:31AM
Lovely detail but yes off slightly.
Anthony 14 5.6k 17 Scotland
13 May 2009 8:51AM
Emma has the permission Ian, not a problem, lol

Emma, as ian says, its a little down on the left side. i cant remember what software your using.

What you need to do is something like, Image, Rotate, Arbitrary. Enter an amount in the box. For this image I'd say about 0.5 degree (maybe a little less) and then the direction, either clockwise (cw) or counter clockwise (ccw). Have a look, and try to use a straight edge to check it. I use Photoshop, and have a grid I can overlay with straight horizontal and vertical lines to check it.

Another method, in the Photoshop series. You can use the ruler tool. Usually found as a sub tool in the menu (look slike a small ruler, literally). Choose a starting point on the horizon, say the far left side, left click, and drag the line across to another point on the horizon and left click again. If you make a mistake, there is a clear option at the top. Once you have your straight line. Got to Image, Edit, Rotate canvas, arbitrary. This time, the amount will be filled in for you, and you can just hit ok.

Hope this makes sense, feel free to give me a shout (or Ian) if you need anything more.

Anthony
EMMA1 10 England
13 May 2009 2:24PM
Thanks Guys.

The info is a great help. I'll be sure to keep updating, as you can see by my uploads i go through phases of uploading and then loads of time off. So I hope to upload more. Again thanks for the advice and comments.
emma
Dave_Holdham 7 4 1 Wales
22 Jun 2009 7:06PM
I like the tones in the sky on this shot, nice one

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