Sony Forums Challenges
Challenge 162: An Extraordinary View On Ordinary Places (hosted by Frank)
Challenge 162: Exhibition
Canon EOS 20D
Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM
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Wow, how cool is that! Beautiful shot Ann!
Breathtaking! The lighting, colors and reflection are superb! -Kathy
Ann, I did not see the original but wow, what a shot. Extremely well done in all respects. Bill
Thank you all so much. I was delighted to find this program. It cost $25 which I thought a bargain. You teach it which lenses you have and it automatically makes adjustments which you can tweak manually if you need. This was its automatic take on my 17-40 lens. I love what it did. The program is called LensFix CI and can be found here:
Ann - I'm almost speechless. Gorgeous!!
Me three on what program you used with the MAC !! I really can't stop looking at this image, Ann. It is mesmerizing!!!!
Even better now, Ann. I, too, would be interested in knowing what application you used (I have Macs as well) because I do a lot of architectural photography and am constantly struggling with distortion.
dIt's absolutely flawless now, Ann. What Mac application did you use? The one Franky mentioned? (I'd like to check it out on some of my own images...) -- db.
I fixed it. Thanks for the advice. Ann
Just downloaded a Mac program that can fix this. I'm waiting for the key so I can use it on this one. Thanks for the suggestion.
Thank you all. Yes, please, I'd love it if you would try straightening this. BTW, is this a PC only program or would it work on my Mac? I've had many times when I'd have liked such a program.
Excellent effect, Ann. Very abstract-loking reflection.
Superb catch! The composition, the structure with the tiles, the light, the reflection ... just everything!
As for Daniels comment, you get a good correction of any distortion with PTLens. Should also support your lens. Did some great job on my V3 and also R1 images. I have purchased it and can give it a try with your image if you wish.
I love this, Ann: wonderful colours, wonderful composition; well seen! (I just wonder, if I may say so, if one could still improve it with some lens correction software; I think *straight* lines would make the image stronger. I don't know how one does that, but I do know it can be done.) -- db.
Wow, I really like this, Ann! Great find and well captured!
Way cool, Ann!!!!! An incredible image of a very ordinary site!!! Beautifully seen and done.