Im sure it has been done before, but I was pretty excited to know that I took this photo. For some reason, a few of the buildings look slanted. I know for sure the camera was level. I did rotate the pic a few degrees so it looked more flat.
Ahh, gotcha. I didnt pay to park when I took these. I parked near the turn around by the Shed. Walked closer towards the shed and stood near the steps with the tripod.I believe that the tilting of the buildings is a result of lens distortion.
I drove by this scene earlier tonight, but the lighting didn't make paying for parking worthwhile for me.
Gotcha. I still have much to learn with PP and the actual photography. :redface:You can easily fix that in photoshop with the warp tool. Another great tool is PTLens which usually fixes distortion with a click of a mouse (i highly recommend it).
And i need to go back there to take yet another pano. I just love this view!
I often use my work as wallpaper as well. It's a great feeling, when people come it to your house, and ask you where you got that wallpaperGotcha. I still have much to learn with PP and the actual photography. :redface:
I absolutely love this pic. It is the background of 2 PCs and my laptop.