Discovered the wonders of post processing!

Started Apr 25, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Allan Olesen
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Your perspective correction made the photo lose depth
In reply to Docno, Apr 27, 2013

The top of the structure should be narrower than the bottom - as it is in the original photo. This tells our brains that is longer away from the photographer, and since we are looking upwards, this means that the structure is high.

When you make the sides of the structure parallel, our brains do not get that information, and the photo looks flat.

Perspective tools is not a hammer you should use on everything which looks like a nail.

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