relative tilt


relative tilt
The tilt of a photograph with reference to an arbitrary plane not necessarily a horizontal plane, such as that of the preceding or subsequent photograph in a strip. Also defined as the angle between the photograph perpendicular and a reference direction, such as to the photograph perpendicular of the preceding or subsequent photograph in a strip.

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