Re: Architectural Photography

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Posted by  Paul Malo on September 10, 2002 at 19:12:50:

In Reply to:  Architectural Photography posted by Dana Hoff on September 10, 2002 at 08:49:56:

The quality of light and the exposure are fine. It's always effective to see interior and exterior simultaneously, requiring this fleeting lighting condition.

The postive initial impression is slightly marred, however, by failure to correct perspective distortion. Did you use a view camera with swings and tilts? It's a convention of architectural photography that the vertical lines of the building should be parallel with the edge of the picture. You could correct this easily using Photoshop.

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