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Red Shack by tfavretto Red Shack by tfavretto
An old red shack found in a field roughly 10 km east of Bruce Mines, ON. This is a series of five vertical shots stitched together horizontally.

Location of photograph: [link]
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ancoben Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2009
Nice one and great light
Anne
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tfavretto Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2009
Thanks, and thank you for the :+fav:
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danUK86 Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2009   General Artist
awesome!
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tfavretto Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2009
Thanks, and thank you for the :+fav:
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danUK86 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2009   General Artist
no probs :D
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Andrei-Joldos Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2009
If it's not a secret, I would really like to know how you create the distortion in your images. I like the effect and I had some photos in which I would have loved to experiment with this.
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tfavretto Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2009
What distortion are you referring to?
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Andrei-Joldos Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2009
Here's an example of the distortion I was refering to: [link] , where (mostly) the house seems a little bent.
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tfavretto Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2009
That particular photo is actually the result of a technique I tried for the first time in Photoshop. When I stitched the photos together, the resulting image area had a slight U-shape to it as I must have angled the camera slightly between photos. To correct this, I used Photoshop's Lens Correction utility (Filter > Distort > Lens Correction). This allowed me to angle and distort the image as needed so I could crop it into a rectangular frame while preserving as much of the image area as possible. I also used this technique on the Red Shack photo.
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Andrei-Joldos Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2009
I see. Thanks a lot for answering. :)
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