Perspective correct this?

Discussion in 'Digital Darkroom' started by edward_h, May 8, 2005.

  1. I was wondering if there is any way to correct the perspective in this
    pic.

    I was a wee bit careless with the angle and the 16-35 really distorted
    the standing guy. Wondering if anyone of y'all could tell me what to
    do to make him look normal again.

    http://edward.dyndns.org/stuff/2005-05-04%2010:04:09%20-%20_p6n06484.jpg
     
  2. Try PT lens... it is free and will correct the lens distortion
     
  3. I used Flo's Undistort, a $15 plugin for PS & PSP, etc. Set the vertical perspective correction it -59.
    00C7eo-23379184.jpg
     
  4. My effort is attached. This was done using PS Free Transform which allows perspective correction, skew and distort amongst other options. Combinig several of these adjustments and also the pinch filter gave me the result at no extra cost. Probaly overdid the the pich a tad. if your starting image is a locked Background layer you need to unlock it before free transform will work.
    00C7vM-23390984.jpg
     
  5. Looks like the problem is lens distortion in addition to perspective distortion. With PT,
    you can also fix this with LensFix; but you have to tell it what body, lens, & focal length
    you used (from the EXIF data).
     

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