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Old Guard Revisited for Distortion Control

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
It’s hard to see any distortion here. We’re you lookinh for the horizontal lines to curve at the edges?

Asher
 

Chris Calohan

Well-known member
Had to as it is sitting in a circular bed. This took quite a bit of work to get it to this point and further fiddling just did nothing...so this is the whole banana.
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Wouldn’t have imagined there was any distortion.

But if you happen you happen to feel like
photographing 2 or more substantially overlapping pictures from the center, I will return you an orthogonal picture.

Just keep the lens front in an imaginary stationary position sound with the camera should be rotated.

Asher
 

Chris Calohan

Well-known member
I've already posted the original on this page titled the "Old Guard." The original image was hot with a 14mm Nikon lens at an extreme low angle.
 

Chris Calohan

Well-known member
This is an edit using NIK's Perspective Control tool...I think it does everything I need to correct for the extreme angles the 14mm causes when either shooting high or low.

old-guard-persp-edit-via-nik.jpg
 
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