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Great HFASSOURAKIS 2011-03-17 10:30

ΠΟΛΥ ΟΜΟΡΦΗ ΜΕ ΜΙΝΙΜΑΛΙΣΤΙΚΕΣ ΤΑΣΕΙΣ
ΑΨΟΓΟ ΚΟΝΤΡΑΣΤ
ΠΟΛΛΕΣ ΦΟΡΕΣ Η ΛΙΤΟΤΗΤΑ ΕΧΕΙ ΝΑ ΣΟΥ ΠΕΙ ΠΕΡΙΣΣΟΤΕΡΑ.
Μ'ΑΡΕΣΕΙ ΠΟΛΥ Η ΓΩΝΙΑ ΣΟΥ
ΒΑΘΟΣ Η ΘΑΛΑΣΣΑ Η ΟΥΡΑΝΟΣ ?
ΜΠΡΑΒΟ !

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Old 03-18-2011, 08:14 AM
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Default To dta: Tilt

I also did a WS and it seems you rotated about two degrees left to obtain the desired horizontality. No problem if that satisfies your eye. For me, the weir in the background then appears to be tilted left and, in terms of the conditioning referred to below, one could argue that that is the only element in the image that should be horizontal.

As far as I can see, there is no requirement that the water's edge along a river should be "horizontal", otherwise the ones in the FG must also be "horizontal" and that is not possible here. I understand the intuitive preference for certain pictographic elements to be either "horizontal" or "vertical" as that is how we are conditioned in coping with gravity in the physical world - the "vertical" being a line parallel to the force of gravity at any one point, and the "horizontal" being a plane perpendicular to it. It then follows, of course, that no two vertical lines are parallel and that a horizontal plane is the surface of a sphere for a particular level. Photographically, I think, we can be more liberated as deviation from that conditioning causes no real discomfort. Long story about a small issue but it was fun Nothing serious.
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