Archway House near Sherwood Forest
This is yet another image that I used the Photoshop training on Monday.
In responce to the comments about the correction of verticals in yesterday’s image. Yes, I do tend to leave a very slight convergence to the verticals in some of my images – it all depends on what looks right. I had intended making that exact comment durring the training but overlooked it. (Sorry guys). I didn’t leave any convergence on this image nor with the Monistir image. I with the Monastir image a slight conversion does help the “funny tops” problem and to my eye looks like there is still a conversion.
As for the strange effects on the column tops on yesterday’s images that was due to the fact that that particular image required a lot of vertical correction. In the training session I’d used this photo over archway house to demonstrait how to correct verticals. The Monastire photo was chosen as a closing exersice because it had multiple things to correct – perhaps I ought to find a better photo for that purpose next time I run a session like that.