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  • #46
    I am not a screener but I will say in this case, you can see from the second image that the whole image is just leaning to the left. In this case, I would recommend that you use the longest line of the horizon and that is the line of the horizon just under the winglet. Click image for larger version

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    • #47
      Originally posted by MarkLawrence View Post
      I am not a screener but I will say in this case, you can see from the second image that the whole image is just leaning to the left. In this case, I would recommend that you use the longest line of the horizon and that is the line of the horizon just under the winglet. Click image for larger version

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      Hi Mark, really appreciate your reply, but I'm still a bit confused. The line you said under the winglet was the boundary of the airport, and it was parallel to the runway. However, when I took this photo, the aircraft was still lining up to runway, which means it hadn't lined up yet, so I think under this circumstance, this line cannot be considered as a reference. Maybe I'm wrong but that's my thoughts. How do you think about it?

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      • #48
        To me, it is the effective horizon at the time and why everything is leaning to the left. When I consider the horizon, I am looking at what is the most horizontal line so that the horizon doesn't lean left or right. But I'm sure others or a screener will comment too.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by MarkLawrence View Post
          To me, it is the effective horizon at the time and why everything is leaning to the left. When I consider the horizon, I am looking at what is the most horizontal line so that the horizon doesn't lean left or right. But I'm sure others or a screener will comment too.
          Got it! Thanks again for your reply Mark!

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