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Courthouses of St. Joe County
Jul 26, 2019 13:38:25   #
rehess Loc: South Bend, IN, USA
 
I had to use my Sigma 10-20mm lens @ 10mm to get them all in.

Left-to-right:

19th century Courthouse, now known as 'Courthouse 2' according to blue sign.

early 20th century Courthouse, now know as 'Courthouse 1' according to blue sign.

late 20th century County-City Building; I had thought this just had city {mayor, etc} and county offices in it, but I see it is now known as 'Courthouse 3' according to blue sign.


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Jul 26, 2019 13:54:57   #
rjaywallace Loc: Wisconsin
 
Very nice photograph of the St. Joe County court plaza!

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Jul 27, 2019 05:31:50   #
waegwan Loc: Mae Won Li
 
rehess wrote:
I had to use my Sigma 10-20mm lens @ 10mm to get them all in.

Left-to-right:

19th century Courthouse, now known as 'Courthouse 2' according to blue sign.

early 20th century Courthouse, now know as 'Courthouse 1' according to blue sign.

late 20th century County-City Building; I had thought this just had city {mayor, etc} and county offices in it, but I see it is now known as 'Courthouse 3' according to blue sign.


Looks pretty good. Did you use perspective correction in PP? The buildings are pretty straight for being shot with a 10mm. :-)

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Aug 23, 2019 12:07:11   #
rehess Loc: South Bend, IN, USA
 
waegwan wrote:
Looks pretty good. Did you use perspective correction in PP? The buildings are pretty straight for being shot with a 10mm. :-)
Thank you.

I held the camera as level as possible while holding it over my head and looking up at the flippy LCD, then cropped some of the street off the bottom {no other 'PP'}

One of the reasons I like that Sigma lens is that it is very rectilinear.

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Aug 23, 2019 19:08:35   #
waegwan Loc: Mae Won Li
 
rehess wrote:
Thank you.

I held the camera as level as possible while holding it over my head and looking up at the flippy LCD, then cropped some of the street off the bottom {no other 'PP'}

One of the reasons I like that Sigma lens is that it is very rectilinear.


That is pretty cool it worked well. :-)

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