I was asked to photograph a couple of stained glass windows in the local church. Fortunately the day was reasonably bright and the sun wasn’t shining directly through the window. The colours in the windows are vibrant, but some of the detail is quite subtle. These sort of shoots always provide a bit of a challenge. Unfortunately, I didn’t have a PC lens so i’m afraid good old Photoshop had to come to the rescue. The windows were too high to get the camera in a position where the edges would be straight so corrections were necessary. Fortunately I was able to correct to their true perspective.
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