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Cool Dealling with vertical perspective problems

I've just completed an article on the subject at DPNow which you may be interested in:

We have all seen it, photos of buildings and other objects that look like they are collapsing because the verticals are falling inwards at the sides. This is the product of a camera angle that looks up at the subject, tilting the perspective view. Often, this is unavoidable because it's not possible to get further back, but as we will see in this article, the popular image editing software packages have various solutions for correcting the problem.

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