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  • DRS-Spotter
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    Thanks for your help guys....the second version is now online.

    [photoid=5752345]

    Georg
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    Last edited by DRS-Spotter; 2011-09-16, 06:52.

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  • MaxPower
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    Looks like it could need 0.59 CW rotation to me.

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  • DRS-Spotter
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    here's my second attempt. I think it's unlevel too. If yes I'll pull it from the queue and upload another pic from take-off.
    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewqueued_b.php?id=1032497

    Thanks for your hints.

    Georg
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    Last edited by DRS-Spotter; 2011-09-16, 06:52.

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  • petermc
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    Be careful using smaller light poles to level a photo as vehicles do crash into them or they may not have been put up 100% straight in the first place.

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  • MaxPower
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    Hey Georg.

    In your Saab picture's case, the light poles is too blurry to be used, I cant even see the middle of it. Good thing you asked. As the poles can trick sometimes, and you misses a few 0.4 degrees or more.

    I used both the light poles and building to measure and to find the exact aligment to vert. and horiz.
    [photoid=5717172]

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  • DRS-Spotter
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    Thanks, the light poles and the building were the reasons why I was confused. I'll give it at try.

    Thanks.

    Georg
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    Last edited by DRS-Spotter; 2011-09-16, 06:51.

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  • jid
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    It needs about 1 degree CCW. Don't trust the ligh poles, use the verticals on the building on the left.


    Jid

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  • DRS-Spotter
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    Hi.
    Have to bring up another level rejection.

    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=1031455

    How would you level it? To the right or to the left?

    Thanks for your help.

    Georg
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    Last edited by DRS-Spotter; 2011-09-16, 06:51.

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  • Greg Wilson
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    Originally posted by spapa
    Really difficult to detect........
    yes especially that last one degree.....hence level before cropping,or zoom your crop.
    You also have your in-camera sharpening set to "HARD"........change to "NORMAL"

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  • MaxPower
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    You can use any straight objects in the frame, buildings, Light poles, or Towers.
    Once yo have ruled out the tool, the CS will automatically calculate how much +- it will need to turn left or right.

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  • spapa
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    Really difficult to detect. Thanks a lot Greg.

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  • MaxPower
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    ^^That being said, use the corne... argh shoooot !

    Edit: Greg has already got it pictured !
    Last edited by MaxPower; 2006-05-19, 10:53.

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  • Greg Wilson
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    Joao,
    It does need 1 degree CCW rotation. Always zoom in when leveling.....it is more accurate.

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  • spapa
    started a topic Levelling Problems

    Levelling Problems

    Sometimes i'm having photos rejected due problems with horizon levelling. Usually I use the ruler tool in Photoshop and then rotate it CW or CCW as needed.

    In this photo I didn't level it because I was unable to see that it is not levelled.

    Can someone help on this one, is it really unlevelled ?

    Level problem

    Thanks,

    Joao Pereira
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