Continuing my photoshop isn't evil rant ...

... Here's a shot that could have been achieved in camera if I owned an expensive perspective shift lens for my SLR or a view camera. Stood at street level, taking pictures of buildings is always problematic. Perspective dictates that as soon as you raise your camera from level with the ground that building lines will no longer be parallel with the photo frame. I don't own the specialized equipment to correct this in camera but I do know how to correct the shot after the fact in photoshop. Does this make my shot any less honest than one taken with a lens I can't afford?

To my mind photoshop is part of the democratization of photography. Effects previously only available to the professional or the wealthy are now available to the lowly enthusiast. Is this why the holier-than-thou, Leica and Contax carrying camp hate photoshop so much?