Awesome; I'm graduating from high school this week. w00t.I know you're in love with those 10mm ultra-wide shots, like I am, so here's a cool new trick I found that can be really effective. If you have a shot where you're pointing much above or below the horizon, Photoshop (and lots of other apps, I assume) can fix the converging lines just as if you had a tilt-shift lens. In PS, you go to Filter -> Distort -> Lens Correction... and play with the Vertical Perspective and Horizontal Perspective sliders.This won't fix majorly converging lines, you end up cropping out a bunch of the picture, and you lose some sharpness, but sometimes the result looks really nice.
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