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Old Jan 16, 2012, 9:31 AM   #11
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Does this software work with Elements 10 or just with the full blown Photoshop?
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Old Jan 16, 2012, 10:00 AM   #12
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... The built-in dual axis digital level in the E-P3 is a huge help with this lens. Here's the original file before applying Fisheye Hemi...
I'd think that you'd be able to see the distortion increase/decrease as you move the camera, no? I have a G1/G3/EPL1 and neither have the axis digital level to assist me. I usually have the grid turned ON to help level the horizon...I'm sure that should do the trick!
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Does this software work with Elements 10 or just with the full blown Photoshop?
Take a look towards the bottom of this page where the system requirements are listed..

http://www.imagetrendsinc.com/produc...cpage_hemi.asp

It is useable in Elements.
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Yes, here it is...

System Requirements

Implemented as a Photoshop compatible plug-in filter or an Apple Aperture Edit plug-in
Supports the following Image Modes:

RGB, CMYK, Lab Color, Gray Scale, Multi-channel, 8 bits and 16 bits

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Adobe Photoshop 7.0 and higher versions
Apple Aperture 2.1 and higher versions
Photoshop Elements 2 and higher versions
PaintShop Pro 7 and higher versions
Operating Systems:
Windows 7, Vista, XP, NT, 2000

Apple Macintosh OS X and above
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I'd think that you'd be able to see the distortion increase/decrease as you move the camera, no? I have a G1/G3/EPL1 and neither have the axis digital level to assist me. I usually have the grid turned ON to help level the horizon...I'm sure that should do the trick!
Absolutely. I often am horrible at keeping my camera level. I don't know if it is the way I angle my head in looking through the finder or what, but I Typically wind up straightening tons of image files in ACR.

When I was using DSLR's, if they offered screens with grid lines I always installed it.
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Old Jan 16, 2012, 10:54 AM   #16
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I think the PL2 has grid lines, not sure, will have to check.
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Yes, it does. As far as I have seen, there's a gridlines option on every digital camera I have used, including the E-PL2 and E-P3. The "problem" I often run into with the various finder combinations is, I cannot have everything I want viewable at the same time.

My IDEAL setting would be to have the gridlines or digital level (one or the other, not both), viewable at the same time with the histogram, but as you scroll through the options available to use, not one of them includes the gridlines or digital level and histogram. I am sure, technically, there is some very good reason why you cannot place the histogram in the field of view at the same time with either the digital level or grid lines, but it sucks nonetheless!

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...The "problem" I often run into with the various finder combinations is, I cannot have everything I want viewable at the same time.
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Totally agree. Depending on the feature, it's all (which means a ton of stuff I don't need to see) or nothing. It would be nice if we could select the icons we wished to be displayed.
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I agree with that...a customized menu.
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I finally ordered this lens today from Amazon. I should receive it on Tuesday. Next I'm getting the Hemi PS plug-in!
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