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    Some shots taken yesterday evening.





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    ur horizon seems to be all tilted to the right

    or was it my eyes

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    A shame it was shot during the weekend...

    There isn't enough office lights on in the buildings o give it that extra punch...
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    Good attempt, but you chose a wrong time I guess. Try to shoot on a weekday evening instead with more office lights still on. Your pic has a lot of dim buildings, and that takes the punch away.

    There are converging verticals in your pictures, try to correct it using Photoshop. There is this blob/streak of very bright light in your 2nd and 3rd pic what doesn't look natural to me. Was there really a bright light source at that location then? If not, your CCD may be faulty already.

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    The bright light is the zoukout blimp. I have to agree it was a failed trip. So many things went wrong yesterday.

    How do I correct a converging vertical.
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    Originally posted by Necroist
    The bright light is the zoukout blimp.
    Oh! There is one to replace the good old Starhub ah, hehe.

    In photoshop, first select view grid to have the grid lines superimposed for easier reference. Then go to edit > transform > perspective or distort. Drag and play ard until the verticals are parallel with the grid lines.

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    how about this? is the perspective better or still need some fixing?
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    much better now!

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    Is it me or is the horizon still slanted?
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    Originally posted by Necroist
    Is it me or is the horizon still slanted?
    that's because the shoreline is not perpendicular to you.

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