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  1. #11291
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    Can somebody please advise how to correct this lens distortion in Photoshop?


  2. #11292
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    lol that looks trippy!
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  3. #11293
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    Indeed. I personally like the distortion K1W1.
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  5. #11295
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    Another one from Rome . Too bad I totally blew the sky, oh well thats what you get shooting in the middle of the day. I still like it tho.




    Edit: Just noticed this thread had 1,3 million views...wow.
    Last edited by Aldor88; 08-13-2009 at 04:27 PM.
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  6. #11296
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    That's not distortion K1W1. It's the building warped under the hot sun.
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  7. #11297
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    Is it lense distortion or is the camera tilted or have you been hitting that glass of wine? I'm in the process of getting tiltted right now but I will try to help.

    what photo shop do you have?
    I have PS elements 6.
    It looks like like the camera was tiltted. If that's the case there is a simple tool called the Straighten Tool. Find a line in your pic that should be horizontal. All you do is click on a start point and drag a line to an end point. and there you go. The problem I see with your pic is the top of the building is close to the top border.

    As far as Correct Camera distortion in elements 6 it is located under filters. Click on it and it will bring up a screen with a grtd on it. Just try the different sliders and see what each one does.

    In this case I dont think this tool will help. Try the Straighten Tool first.
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  8. #11298
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    Here are two I recently took during a photo shoot for a roller derby calendar. Both taken with D200 17-55 F2.8.




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  9. #11299
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcon View Post
    Here are two I recently took during a photo shoot for a roller derby calendar. Both taken with D200 17-55 F2.8.



    sensational shot. not only is the pose and lighting great, but she's also goddam HOT !!! lol
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    Thank you Rooz, appreciate the comments and I agree... she sure is!!!
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