Inside The Burj Al Arab
Getting perfect symmetry is really important if that’s the kind of shot you’re going for. It can’t be just a LITTLE bit off because it’s very noticeable. So you either have to do it perfect or not at all. However, if you DO mess it up a little, you can always do the photoshop trick where you take the left side and reflect it back on the right side! I did not do that in today’s photo, btw.
This was extremely painful to get this symmetrical! As you can imagine, when you're looking straight up, it can be a little confusing. The Sony A7 made this a bit easier though because it does have a flip-out screen that makes everything quite a bit easier!
- Trey Ratcliff
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