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    Normanton Church

    This is a church that was almost submerged under a reservoir.

    All comments welcomed.

    Dave

    Normanton Church

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    Re: Normanton Church

    Now, there's a sunset!

    A well put together image, Dave. I wonder, though, if it needs some work done on perspective correction.

    I don't know how you rate your post-processing skills in relation to perspective correction.

    As you can see at the right hand edge, the window is leaning into the frame; i.e. the vertical is not vertical. And then the left hand edge of the building is 'leaning' the other way.

    The problem with perspective correction is that you're always going to lose stuff and, as Colin wrote in relation to another image just earlier today, if you know there's going to be a problem at the time of the capture, then you need to leave a lot of space around the main subject.

    In the case of your image, the top of the building is too close to the top of the frame to allow the necessary perspective correction to be undertaken without losing quite a lot of that top.
    Last edited by Donald; 24th November 2011 at 10:05 PM.

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    Re: Normanton Church

    Very nice Dave, a sunset with a difference !

    Cheers Dave

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    Re: Normanton Church

    The sunset through the windows relaly makes this shot. As Donald said earlier you moght try and fix the perspective.

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