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photos in Himalaya book by mike foden on 10 January 2005 9:22pm
 
This is sure a great read, but what the heck happened with the photos?
The actual quality is excellent, as is the subject matter, but dozens of images of buildings are leaning as if about to fall. See images on pgs.59,67,74, 259 etc. etc. Has nobody at the BBC heard of 'converging verticals'? Some editing is in order.
 
Re: photos in Himalaya book by zak on 10 January 2005 9:41pm
 
They look fine to me!
 
Re: photos in Himalaya book by mike foden on 12 January 2005 9:29pm
 
Whilst I am only a beginner at photography, & dislike editing, I don't think these images could be described as 'artistic' because they are falling over! Having just purchased a really wide angle lens, I find that any problems are evident when looking thru viewfinder,& can either be avoided or edited later. He may ,of course have used a 'fisheye' lens, & thus editing is a messy affair.
Mike Foden.
 



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