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Old 30-03-17, 10:14 AM
Tony Lockhart Tony Lockhart is offline
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Horizontal.

Just try it while looking through the viewfinder or at the screen. The more you point the lens up, the more distorted the verticals become.
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Old 30-03-17, 11:21 AM
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flatpopely

As you are using a Nikon you can download the free Capture NX-D program and edit RAW images, I use it 99% of the time and only use photoshop etc occasionally.

I think you have done some well composed images you just need a bit of editing to finish them off.

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Old 30-03-17, 11:23 AM
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Hello.

I am an total amateur when it comes to this sort of thing.
The pics were shot in JPEG, not RAW. There is no processing applied at all.

When you say leveled what do you mean? In the sense of horizontal and vertical.
Water shouldn't be at an angle unless it's flowing that way!!!
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Old 30-03-17, 12:24 PM
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A tripod with a ball and socket head will help you getting things vertical.
Or you can adjust it in Capture NX-D.

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