How to use a camera bubble level and set that horizon straight.
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I bet you have seen photos with slanted horizon lines.
They don’t look very professional do they?
If it’s a picture of a lake or some other type of still water it looks like the water is about to run out of the photo.
It’s a thing that’s easy to overlook when you are so focused on your main subject that what happens in the background is kind of left out of the process.
I have done this often myself and there are remedies to correct this kind of thing in editing software like Adobe Lightroom.
Still, fixing trouble at the time of shooting is usually the preferred way as long as it’s possible.
Well, this problem is possible to correct.… Read the rest