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Dec 15, 2006 08:42 |  #1

Does anyone know how to fix barrel distortion with Adobe CS?




  
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Dec 15, 2006 09:47 |  #2

If it is the same as CS2 go to Filter > Distort > Lens Correction.


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Dec 15, 2006 12:49 |  #3

In2Photos wrote in post #2403478 (external link)
If it is the same as CS2 go to Filter > Distort > Lens Correction.

There is no "lens correction" using this route.......




  
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Dec 15, 2006 13:02 |  #4

That was a new to CS2 feature. Here is PTLens: http://epaperpress.com​/ptlens/ (external link).



  
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Dec 15, 2006 13:07 |  #5

jfrancho wrote in post #2404148 (external link)
That was a new to CS2 feature. Here is PTLens: http://epaperpress.com​/ptlens/ (external link).

I thought about that one. Do you use it? If so, is it as good as it appears? Reviews have rated it on par with the DoX, costing a fraction of the DxO!




  
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Dec 15, 2006 13:33 |  #6

No I haven't, but many have recommended it. I either live with the distortion, or back up and use a longer FL.



  
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Dec 15, 2006 13:44 |  #7

You could try Filter -> Distort -> Spherise...


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Dec 15, 2006 20:28 |  #8

PTLens is definitely worth looking at. I don't use it a lot, but I certainly would never think of deleting it.


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Dec 15, 2006 20:46 |  #9

René Damkot wrote in post #2404302 (external link)
You could try Filter -> Distort -> Spherise...

You can do that, and I often do. But my experience is that that works best when you add 100% to the canvas size, then crop back when you are done. Spherize does a ball shaped adjustment in the center of the canvas. By expanding the canvas, you place your entire shot within the adjustment area. Here is an extreme example to demonstrate what I mean.

1 Before.

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IMAGE IS A REDIRECT OR MISSING!
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2 Spherized.
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3 Spherized WITH canvas extension.
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4 The above cropped to previous (800x533) size.
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Byte size: ZERO | Content warning: NOT AN IMAGE

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