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Tag : Postprocessing

Returning to a location

Many of us amateur photographers have a daytime job and spend most of the year at home, which doesn’t leave us many options when we feel like taking the camera out for a shoot. We often find ourselves shooting the same scene multiple times over the course of a year, because there are only so many great places (if any) in a, say, 50km radius. In order not to shoot the same picture over and over again, we need to […]

Fixing perspective in Photoshop CC

When taking pictures of buildings I usually avoid tilting the camera up or down in order to avoid converging lines and this has worked fine for me so far. However, converging lines also show up when you pan the camera left or right, which usually goes unnoticed because the subject is in the center of the frame. As soon as you try to move the subject off center the effect becomes apparent all of a sudden. A tilt/shift lens will […]