A&P Churches n' Shit

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  1. 19Godfather86

    19Godfather86 New Member

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    I went out last night just after the sun had set, and took some shots of this old gothic church in town. The church is right by the highway (taken from an overpass), and it has these huge lights hitting it all night long.


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    pelf called; he wants his horizon back
     
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    composition in the first two suck (as does horizon as noted), was there nothing interesting or just a buncha crap on the right side?

    clone stamp out the tree in the top right of the second.
     
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    I like the last one.

    What does pelf stand for?
     
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    He's an OTer known for his crooked horizons.
     
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    :rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    that B&W shot looks straight out of an old horror movie :noes:
     
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    reminds me how much i hated learning about cathedrals in my art history class.
     
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    My bad on the crookedness. Better?

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    Pelf is never going to live this down :rofl:
     
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    turbodude Just a photographer OT Supporter

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    when i look at the image it makes me think that there is more and then has a sharp cut as if its missing the bottom. I like teh colors of the the images, may i suggest portrait view and perhaps the bottom of teh church?
     
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    if you have photoshop, use the measure tool. it can be found under the eye dropper. just draw a line on the picture (usualy something that is parallel to the horizon, or completely vertical. in this case i'd use a vertical since i dont really see anything very long along the horizon. after you make your line, go to image -> rotate canvas -> arbitrary.

    the default # should be the exact degree that will get your line either straight vertical or horizontal. thereby fixing your horizon.
     

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