Sheesh, the way rumors get started around here....Backdoctor said:Hey Todd, good to see you. I think you'll find some old friends here. No trolling, except for me. (Bill Dewey helps out, but wont admit it)
Retief said:Sheesh, the way rumors get started around here....Backdoctor said:Hey Todd, good to see you. I think you'll find some old friends here. No trolling, except for me. (Bill Dewey helps out, but wont admit it)
To be PERFECTLY clear, Dewey DOES troll....
Tuna, Wahoo, Salmon.........and it can be boring as, well, you know what :wink: .
Now, to the image itself, gorgeous, but am I the only one who thinks it would benefit from a slight CW rotation? Quick whack with the Measure Tool along the shore at the top, them Image->Rotation->Arbitrary. Might be worth a try, eh?
Very nice image, beautiful mountains. I too noticed right off that it was not level and I'm sure a slight CW rotation would help.Backdoctor said:
As to "know-it-all", I have had the same comment made regarding a bunch of my pictures lately. I often get so caught up in following a bird that the horizon goes unnoticed.Steve S said:And if it wasn't for some know-it-all pointing out it's lacking of being perfectly level I would'a never noticed! Thnx for that leveling tip too "Reteif". Hey, Bill does that name mean you're a fan of Reteif Goosen the golfer?
If you need a place temporarily, let me know, I can set you up with a gallery to pop them into.Popeye said:Thanks for the advice on Teton image, I've reworked it and when I get an account to send I will resend.
Reasons it wasn't level on your monitor
1. Horizon was level on my screen when I sent it
2. It was my first morning in the Tetons and as I had driven from
Florida to Wyoming and it was very cold I drank the alcohol out
of the bubble level I had on top of my D2H which warmed me up
and I went back to making images.
You, sir, are a man of rare good taste......Chris101 said: