Nikon d800 Princeton

Started 7 months ago | Photos thread
wisep01
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Re: A Corrected Image
In reply to Fave Photog, 6 months ago

In case the OP's wondering, the tool by DXO that you reference is DXO Perspective. It's a neat little tool that does what you describe. I've found that sometimes when I correct the verticals, the buildings end up looking a bit too stretchy at the top, and am not entirely sure how to reduce this. Would appreciate anyone's input on this.

In photoshop, in addition to filter-->lens corrections, you can now navigate to filter-->camera raw filter. Within camera raw, there is the lens corrections tab. In photoshop CC, they seem to have augmented its capabilities. In fact, it seems to be able to do things that photoshop proper can't, such as modifying the "aspect" of an image, which stretches or fattens an image that has been perspective corrected.

Have you tried that tool out?

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