Thanks for your comments.
|Quoting WILCO737 (Reply 4):|
I guess they took the buildings at the bottom right
I don't want to think so. Screeners are great photographers, and they know for sure one can´t rely on a vertical lines on the edge of a wide angle shoot. I think they rejected this image by means of a 'unlevel' feeling. Don't get me wrong, it's a valid rejection reason for me, but I completely fail to see how to level it.
|Quoting RonS (Reply 5):|
Try posting a version with the buildings level
I didn't say it was a building, but there's some lines i used for leveling on the full frame version.
|original image just resized|
This is a resized copy of the original picture. The grass near the taxiway is on the center of the image, so I used this information for leveling. i only use horizontal lines on wide angles when theuy are on the center of theimage, as in this case.
And there's some taxiway lights on the center of the image which 'seems' to be vertical.
|Crop of taxiway lights at original size|
Well, these were the...
I was talking about.
What do you think?
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