A bit of a ruin


reso

Link Posted 20/06/2021 - 17:55
Morton corbet castle in shopshire
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c&c welcome
k5iis sigma 10-20 3,5 hsm sigma 15-30
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kenko pz af 1.5 tele tamron pz af 2.0 tele and a flash

Chrism8

Link Posted 20/06/2021 - 18:27
Well shot, a post perspective tweak needed perhaps
Chris

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LennyBloke

Link Posted 22/06/2021 - 08:34
Like the "through the arch" shot, but maybe keeping the top of the arch in the shot would have been even better Nice Shooting
LennyBloke

pschlute

Link Posted 22/06/2021 - 11:05
I had a quick go at perspective editing the first image. I also warmed the white balance up. Let me know what you think ?

Sometimes the camera does need to be angled up or down to get the subject wholly in shot or to remove unwanted elements in the scene. With software today it is easy to correct in post but you inevitably lose parts of the frame especially at the top and bottom of the image. In these circumstances it is helpful to take a wider shot so you give yourself more "canvas" to work with.



Peter



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reso

Link Posted 22/06/2021 - 17:47
Cheers peter like what you have done works well
Hi John a rush shot there where people behind 0n the way in
k5iis sigma 10-20 3,5 hsm sigma 15-30
pentax da 16-45 f4 tamron 17-50 2.8 pentax 17-70 f4 sigma 18-125 hsm sigma af 24 2.8 pentax f 35-70 pentax A 35-105 pentax da 55-300 sigma 70-200 apo ex 2.8
kenko pz af 1.5 tele tamron pz af 2.0 tele and a flash
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