PART 2- This Week Through YOUR m4/3 2014.08.02 -PART 2

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assaft
assaft Senior Member • Posts: 1,267
Re: Evening

yyr wrote:

Thanks for posting those - that's a very interesting exercise to see. I'm going to give that a try. What did you use for the original rectilinear correction?

I used Lightroom's perspective correction panel (Lens Correction / Manual) with the settings: Vertical: -20; Scale: 99, and added global rotation of 2.15.

I've used Hugin to de-fish and also to refish a rectilinear shot (7mm) but have never tried it for correcting as you have done.

Yes, I followed your posts and threads with great interest. I'm actually going to try another set of copies of the Samyang FE (previous attempts resulted in lemons that I returned) thanks to some pictures of yours that I really liked.

Changing the projection from rectilinear to panini in Hugin is done in the same manner as fishing/defishing - it's just that the lens properties and the target projection are different (in my case it was a rectilinear 14mm to panini).

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