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Seymore, on 25/07/03 05:33, wrote:   Very nice, but looks like it's tilting ... I'd make those verticals vertical. -- Regards, Val...

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    Seymore, on 25/07/03 05:33, wrote:
     

    Very nice, but looks like it's tilting ... I'd make those verticals
    vertical.


    --
    Regards,
    Val

    Val Guest

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    From the angle I shot this, I don't see where that is possible. The top of the alter is tilted back anyhow.

    Seymore...
    Owner of an S85... and luvin' it!


    "Val Sharp" <invalid> wrote in message news:bt8Ua.49835$force9.net... 
    >
    > Very nice, but looks like it's tilting ... I'd make those verticals
    > vertical.
    >
    >
    > --
    > Regards,
    > Val
    >[/ref]


    Seymore Guest

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    > http://www.macmurph.com/photodb/picture.php?picture_id=13085

    Nice composition, but I think I would have underexposed it a bit... The face
    of the alter is slightly overexposed, and there's detail visible in the
    background... If you had underexposed it by appx. a full stop, I think you'd
    get a better picture...


    Snorre Guest

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    Seymore, on 26/07/03 04:40, wrote:
     
    >>
    >>Very nice, but looks like it's tilting ... I'd make those verticals
    >>vertical.[/ref]
    >
    > From the angle I shot this, I don't see where that is possible.[/ref]

    D'you mean you don't see how it's possible to get the verticals
    vertical? Most decent graphics software will let you do rotates
    and/or perspective correction quite easily.
     

    However, it looks tilted forwards as well as to the right.

    (BTW, perhaps others were querying the title because it looks more
    like a lectern than an alter.)


    --
    Regards,
    Val

    Val Guest

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    "Val Sharp" <invalid> wrote in message
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    Not quite, Val. Is there anyone who spells altar as alter?

    Gary Eickmeier


    Gary Guest

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