The perils of "doing it in post"

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The perils of "doing it in post"
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Just a little story from a photo shoot at a Romanesque building near Parma, in Italy.

You can see the whole story here .

The most interesting piece in this church is the twelfth century font. Its sides are very irregular and not always vertical. I used my Z7 to photograph it at first, but then I wondered how I would do the correction in post as I was shooting downwards even with my tripod at its lowest height.

With the 45 TS I was able to shoot with the camera level. and the lens dropped down.

When I got back home the 45TS shots just needed some basic adjustment, whilst the Z7 shots were almost impossible to correct to match the actual object.

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