Old 03-04-2014, 12:32 PM   #1
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Hi, what part of this shot would you use to level?

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looks to be around .5 to .75 CW.

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thats some pretty nasty heat distortion, level may not be the worst of your problems.
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Rotate CW and use the distortion tool to pull the signal on the left back toward the center and re-crop.
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thats some pretty nasty heat distortion, level may not be the worst of your problems.
Did you say heat distortion.

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