Since I don't have a tilt shift lens or the ability to be 5 floors up in the air across from this building, I used the perpective adjustment in the crop tool in Photoshop. But I must not have been exactly in the center of this building when I shot it because I can't seem to get everything (side walls, roof, windows) to come out square. Well, not square in shape but in 90 degree angles. I kept readjusting only to find another part went cattywampus. Anyway, I liked this building for all the repeating elements. It had a bland blue sky behind it, and a little lens flare on top of that so I added some texture. In the black and white version I decided it was too skinny and used Free Transform to widen it up a bit. I think of all the versions I prefer the cropped one, but would appreciate any feedback. Does the out-of-round smoke stack or whatever that is, bother anyone else? I have no idea how to get that thing back to normal, or if it is even worth the attempt.
SC Christmas Digital Papers
1 year ago