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Old 07-14-2008, 03:28 PM   #3
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The center point of the shot is the rear of the cylinders. Look for a vertical there. The bluish/slate plate over the cylinders is a parallelogram, so the trailing edge, which you have vertical, should have some forward tilt, so try a bit of CCW rotation, without altering perspective.

With these ultra-wide shots, I personally don't see how anyone can ascertain with certainty what is level! And it won't affect the enjoyment of the shot, at least for me, I suspect. So I would have accepted it, even though I might complain about all the (more moderate perspective) shots that get on RP despite being unlevel.
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