Here are two photos of the same building, the old Federal Reserve Bank in Seattle, taken from almost the same place. The top photo, by Greg Gilbert of the Seattle Times, was taken from a point a little bit closer than my shot. We were both using extremely wide angle lenses. But I was also using “front rise perspective correction”, which was easy to do with the traditional view camera I was using. This allowed me to keep the back of my camera vertical, so that this very solid building does not appear to be falling over backwards.
I Recommend Perspective Correction
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