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Richard
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Toni
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#5
Too many images to crit. The strongest of the set are 3, 4 and 7, and they work well (although 3 & 4 aren't quite level, and it slightly upsets their appearance). The final 2 don't fit the set and don't really work because of the dull, flat lighting making dull, flat images.
 
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keef32
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Richard
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#6
Too many images to crit. The strongest of the set are 3, 4 and 7, and they work well (although 3 & 4 aren't quite level, and it slightly upsets their appearance). The final 2 don't fit the set and don't really work because of the dull, flat lighting making dull, flat images.
I though 2 was really off level but it looks fine now to me.. Maybe its my head.
 
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#9
Lightroom user? Go to Lens Corrections & Manual tab, hover over the Rotate slider and if a grid doesn't come up then press cntl+alt+O to get a grid.

Rotate the image a tiny bit until the top is a little up & the bottom is a little down.

Use the horizontal slider to tweak perspective until both top and bottom are straight. Rotate a little more/less if necessary.

Press cntl+alt+O to get rid of the grid.

Congratulate yourself on learning a new tweak. :)
 
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keef32
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Name
Richard
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#10
Lightroom user? Go to Lens Corrections & Manual tab, hover over the Rotate slider and if a grid doesn't come up then press cntl+alt+O to get a grid.

Rotate the image a tiny bit until the top is a little up & the bottom is a little down.

Use the horizontal slider to tweak perspective until both top and bottom are straight. Rotate a little more/less if necessary.

Press cntl+alt+O to get rid of the grid.

Congratulate yourself on learning a new tweak. :)
Cheers mate. Appreciate it
 
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