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Steve James

Corrected Perspective in Architecture

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For this competition I want to see your best architectural shots without linear distortion.

Linear distortion occurs when you point your camera at an angle at an object, such as pointing upwards to capture a church spire distorts the sides of the building so that the walls lean inwards. This can sometimes be used for dramatic effect yet often makes the result seem unnatural. To correct this you can raise the point from which you take the photo but this is often impossible so some photographers use shift lenses or correct it in software such as Photoshop cc. No straight up shots of ceilings please.

If you are unsure about this brief then take a look at this article from "Discover Digital Photography" .....
http://www.discoverdigitalphotography.com/2014/correcting-perspective-distortion/

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Entries closed
3 February 2018

Rating
3 February 2018 to 10 February 2018

Winners announced
10 February 2018

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