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Roland Karlsson wrote:
> Ken Ellis <email@example.com> wrote in
>>Well...With the free transform..etc you can approach converging lines,
>>etc; also you can rotate the pic like a 3d object and correct it that
>>way too...and the sphere filter will definately do what a debarrelizer
>>does (per se)...so betwean all that i suspect that you have to tinker
>>with them to get what you want....because what's to say what is
>>distorted..and what isn't. You'll make that decision when you pinch
>>and pull and tug on the thing; and change it...what "distortion" are
>>you trying to fix?
> I know how to fix distortion. I do it with panorama tools.
> And I now know that there is a sphere tool in Photoshop,
> although it looks more like a toy than a real tool.
> I is just that some here said to me that I could use crop, skew
> and free transform to do it. And when I asked how, they said
> that it is now up to me as I have been led to the water hole.
> I think it is sux big time to pretend being expert and pointing
> at some tools - when you are wrong. And I also think it sux
> big time to not admit that you are wrong.
Tsk, tsk. See my other reply. And example. Imperfect though it is (not
knowing the lens distortion) it works.
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