Re: House rendering

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Posted by  Paul Malo on September 07, 2002 at 13:12:22:

In Reply to:  Re: House rendering posted by Zeid on September 07, 2002 at 04:25:12:

This is a 3-point perspective, of course--which is what architectural photographers generally try to avoid by using professional view cameras with "swings and tilts" so that the picture plane of the film can be perfectly parallel with vertical planes of the building. This means that vertical lines in the photograph will be parallel to the edge of the picture--not tilted, as these are.

If you have Photoshop (indispensible for me) you can quickly elemenate this perspective tilt of the the vertical lines. I do it with all my architectural photos, using a simple digital camera these days.

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