Heaven's Door

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Good photo but unfortunate circumstances.
 
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Great shot Steve, but isn`t it sloping to the right a bit ?

Sorry, but I notice slopes now after posting one of mine and getting told about it. lol :)
 
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Very poignant image, great title, and great song! In the words of Robert De Niro, "You have a gift!"
Still a work in progress Doss! Thanks.
Steve, sad...
Agree Friend.
Great shot Steve, but isn`t it sloping to the right a bit ?

Sorry, but I notice slopes now after posting one of mine and getting told about it. lol :)
John that street in Boston slopes to the right:wink: Seriously, good eye! I definitely noticed & had a hard time with the crop & straightening! If anyone wants to have a crack at it, please do! Thanks for noticing. :smile:
Oh my! What a thought provoking image. One word, "excellent"!

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Thank You Samuel!
 
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I have two ways of straightening an image.

One is in Photoshop. I make use of guides. When I rotate I keep my eye on the guide and a straight line right next to or under it when it aligns then I know that it is right.

The other is in Lightroom. I found this cheat sometime ago while randomly pressing keys. If you go to the resize tab and hold in control you follow a straight line then when you leave it the picture rotates itself to the correct line.
 
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I have two ways of straightening an image.

One is in Photoshop. I make use of guides. When I rotate I keep my eye on the guide and a straight line right next to or under it when it aligns then I know that it is right.

The other is in Lightroom. I found this cheat sometime ago while randomly pressing keys. If you go to the resize tab and hold in control you follow a straight line then when you leave it the picture rotates itself to the correct line.
Ferdi, that's the Easy Way! I Love it! Thanks!
So real so sad!
I know Ky..thanks for stopping by.
 
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Here yer go Steve, never realised you could level stuff until I posted a sloper and got told about it. Then I had a look in View2NX and it has a slider bar to adjust it, all this new fangled stuff to cope with. :smile: Great picture and invokes a lot of thoughts.


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I can see where you are coming from John BUT. I for one prefer the original image.It says that the poor unfortunate lad is the reason this photograph was taken and anything els is pure incidental.
Good on you Steve.Wonderful shot.:wink:
Cheers.
Mike
 

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Very good picture. For me it symbolizes what may happen when society changes in a way that makes places of worship must close their doors.
(and the government does not take its responsibility...)
 
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I can see where you are coming from John BUT. I for one prefer the original image.It says that the poor unfortunate lad is the reason this photograph was taken and anything els is pure incidental.
Good on you Steve.Wonderful shot.:wink:
Cheers.
Mike

Very good picture. For me it symbolizes what may happen when society changes in a way that makes places of worship must close their doors.
(and the government does not take its responsibility...)

Mike,Rob, Appreciate Your Views & Comments!
 
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I like it listing to the right in the original, fits the theme. Always a pleasure seeing your work Steve! What part of the 3rd world did you take this :-/, yes,
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