Kaphias wrote:Level is not necessarily judged technically, rather by how the image appears to one's eye. If you'd like our input and help on that, please post the image you uploaded.
jelpee wrote:Another point is that vertical alignment is most accurate when it is at the center of the frame. If you are aligning based on say, buildings and/or towers on either the right or left sides of the frame, it may or may not be accurate due to lens distortion which tends to make items at the edges lean in. I typically use a distant horizontal. I find it tends to result in a more pleasing appearance to the eye and most times makes the verticals look aligned as well.. Hope this helps.
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