Nikon 14-24mm Lens distortion, which software will correction this kind of distortion?

Started Jan 4, 2013 | Discussions thread
respilot
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Re: Nikon 14-24mm Lens distortion, which software will correction this kind of distortion?
In reply to psnick, Jan 4, 2013

psnick wrote:

This kind of perspective distortion (converging verticals) is called "keystoning." It is not a lens-specific optical defect. It is mainly a result of the camera not being held perfectly level. Keystoning can be observed at any focal length, but it most noticeable with wide-angle lenses.

Here are a couple of explanations that I found helpful:

http://www.photographyblog.com/articles/how_to_avoid_converging_verticals/

http://www.dxo.com/us/photo/dxo_optics_pro/features/optics_geometry_corrections/keystoning

respilot wrote:

How can I correct this kind of distortion from a 14-24mm lens? Anyone have experience with this kind of correction?

Thank you  psnick,

I forgot to mention this shot was long before Nikon update Lens distortion firmware.

I am not going to waste time try to correct this perspective issue.  I'm just going to get 24mm PC-E lens.

Thank you all for replying.

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