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    Love these pics, have yet to have a mooch around something this grand myself...mostly derelict farm buildings here in Norfolk!!



    Mind if I ask what lense you used, some kind of 12-24 something? Do you need to do much barrel distortion correction for shots like those with a wide angle lense?

    Matt
    Norfolk by name....Norfolk by nature!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norfolkbloke View Post
    Love these pics, have yet to have a mooch around something this grand myself...mostly derelict farm buildings here in Norfolk!!

    Mind if I ask what lense you used, some kind of 12-24 something? Do you need to do much barrel distortion correction for shots like those with a wide angle lense?

    Matt
    Shot with a Tokina 11-16mm, i get very little distortion and any that i do i just run Photoshop CS5, lens correction tool over it.

    Even kit lenses will give you some distortion at lower ends of the lens:)

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    Truly stunning, I really want to find something as great as that place here in the south west.

    Neill it would be great to see some of your picures on the place to see for comparison old against new so to speak

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    breathtaking can't wait to see more..

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    wow amazing!

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