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Across the Water

Across the Water
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Photographer: Ken Thomas
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Uploaded: 31-Jul-2014 00:51 CEST
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Camera: Olympus E-M5
Exposure time: 1/2000 s
Aperture: F4.5
Focal length: 12 mm
Lens: M.Zuiko 12-50mm f/3.5-6.3
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ISO: 200
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Flash: no
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Image resized to: 542x1000

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wonderful panorama-view
for some reason it feels as if the horizon isn't totally horizontal

juliette gribnau at 08:00 CEST on 31-Jul-2014 [Reply]

Hahahahaaaa

Humm,,, this seems cropped a tad!
(running and hiding)

Scott Peden at 09:42 CEST on 31-Jul-2014 [Reply]

Scott

Scott Peden wrote:
> Humm,,, this seems cropped a tad!
> (running and hiding)
>
If you're thinking this is cropped from http://myolympus.org/document.php?id=19720 Scott, I'm afraid it isn't - look at the clouds. This was taken from a slightly different viewpoint.

Ken Thomas at 19:18 CEST on 31-Jul-2014 [Reply]

Juliette

juliette gribnau wrote:
> wonderful panorama-view
> for some reason it feels as if the horizon isn't totally horizontal
>
Thanks Juliette. I've checked by looking at the verticals on the buildings at the centre, and you're right. However it is only off true a very little. I think the distortion of the lens at 12mm is affecting the buildings on the left making them lean. That, in conjunction with the slope of the hills and the sweep of the foreshore is, I think creating an illusion of a stronger tilt.

Ken Thomas at 19:24 CEST on 31-Jul-2014 [Reply]

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Ken Thomas wrote:
> juliette gribnau wrote:
> > wonderful panorama-view
> > for some reason it feels as if the horizon isn't totally horizontal
> >
> Thanks Juliette. I've checked by looking at the verticals on the buildings at the centre,
> and you're right. However it is only off true a very little. I think the distortion of the
> lens at 12mm is affecting the buildings on the left making them lean. That, in conjunction
> with the slope of the hills and the sweep of the foreshore is, I think creating an illusion
> of a stronger tilt.
>

I think you're right Ken !

juliette gribnau at 19:35 CEST on 31-Jul-2014 [Reply]