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  • JSchraub
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    Thanks for your help.

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  • E-Diddy!
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    Don't trust rooftops, though they are technically "level" they are very rarely at a perpendicular angle to the camera. The only sure fire way to level a photo is with the verticals, flagpoles, fenceposts, signposts tend to be off, but buildings are generally square on and from every angle, their corners are vertical. In this case, the tower in the far background appears so as well, try levelling to that.

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  • Mark Ralph
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    Originally posted by JSchraub
    Cool thanks. Is this considered backlit?
    Indeed it is

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  • JSchraub
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    Cool thanks. Is this considered backlit?

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  • AlanF
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    Hi m8

    I have used the top of the roof to level it what do you think it seems to be the best spot to use because if you use the mast in the background it seems to make it slant the other way

    Last edited by FatGit; 2007-02-07, 22:23.

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  • JSchraub
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    Help with this level..

    Buenas Tardes

    I just got my new lens. The 75-300 III USM and went to play with it today. Some nice photos, well atleast I think they are. I need some help leveling this one.. I used the flag poles to level it. But as you can see it looks weird. Thanks for your help.

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