Category Archives: Converging verticals

New York – skyline from Brooklyn Bridge

new york – skyline from brooklyn bridge, originally uploaded by foto-art. New York Skyline. A spur-of-the-moment iconic shot of new York from the Brooklyn Bridge. Converging verticals were corrected in Photoshop.

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New York – Times Square

new york – times square, originally uploaded by foto-art. Times Square, New York. A spur-of-the-moment shot whilst on holiday in New York. The camera was set to night mode and it is essential that one uses a tripod or some … Continue reading

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Astbury Church 1

Astbury Church 1, originally uploaded by foto-art. Astbury Church, near Congleton in South Cheshire. A slightly more unusual viewpoint of this church, which is usually photographed in the height of spring when the green in front of the church is … Continue reading

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Astbury Church 2

Astbury Church 2, originally uploaded by foto-art. Astbury Church, near Congleton, South Cheshire. One of the most photographed churches in the area. I had to get up early for this more unusual viewpoint of the church, as the sun soon … Continue reading

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FISH WEATHER VANES – Converging verticals Photoshop tutorial

fishes, originally uploaded by foto-art. Fish weather vanes at Southport, Lancashire, England, U.K. When taking photographs of architecture, converging verticals can be an issue, as you can see from the original small photo at the top of this post. Sometimes, … Continue reading

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