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August 19, 2014
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id like to share this photo, let me know your thoughts please, any advice is welcome.

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August 20, 2014
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Hello Luis… Let me welcome you to the forum.  We look forward to seeing your work.
I’m not sure what Ps adjustments you’ve made to this photo, but I do think something
further is needed to correct camera distortion.  A very common problem with architectural photography.

Here I’ve basically made only one additional adjustment and think it has helped.
In Ps you would adjust by Filter > Distort > Lens Correction.
I then slid the Horizontal Perspective slider to +100 and Scaled the image up
so as to eliminate the transparent area caused by the adjustment.

Here is what I got.  It’s a matter of taste, but you may like it better.
71301-fix.jpg

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August 21, 2014
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I do prefer Luis’s photo, since it shows more of the room. But as Mandrake said It’s a matter of taste. I think you did a good job of combining indoors and outdoors. I would not mind vacations there :)

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welcome to the forum Luis.  Look forward to seeing more of your photos.

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Hello
Thanks to author for topic and mates for opinions.
So much useful information.
Best wishes
Greg

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