We have attempted to contact you regarding Parthenon’s right to use the Manhattan, New York.JPG as part of our documentary series entitled Mystery Files (and any subsequent reversions) as outlined in our previous emails below.
It is imperative that we have authority from the copyright holder for the use of this archive material and in consideration of that authority, we would be able to pay the copyright holder a nominal fee upon signature of a release form.
The transmission of this series is due to commence shortly and I would be most grateful if you could respond to this email as a matter of urgency to enable us to put in place the necessary documentation.
Perspective has to be corrected --A.Savin 09:34, 2 May 2013 (UTC) I don't really see how I can do :s --Clément Bardot 11:14, 2 May 2013 (UTC) DoneI did it for you. In Lightroom: vertical -15, rotation -0,3. If you dislike, please revert. --Tuxyso 13:12, 2 May 2013 (UTC) Oh, thank you very much, it seems better now. --Clément Bardot 14:48, 2 May 2013 (UTC)
Good quality now. --JLPC 17:23, 2 May 2013 (UTC)
Perspective is still not OK. From your last version the correcture values in Lightroom 4 are -3 vertical and rotation of -0,5. Especially in the case of the hotel correction is very easy. It is important to rotate the image first and make a vertical correction after that:
Rotate the image that a vertical in the center of the image is exactly straight. In your photo there is a precise vertical in the center - perfect :)
Try some vertical correction values and look at the very left and very right area of the photo and examine if both verticals are straight (in the case of the photo I would take the left and right side of the fassage).