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Old Feb 21, 2005, 6:06 AM   #21
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Interesting tool Nick. I still get rid of excess barrel distortion using free transform and skew in ps. Am I working too hard doing it this way? I haven't downloaded the pana tool, and am wondering if it's just a select and click solution, or if there's some work involved like the method I've been using. Thanks for the info...thekman.
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Old Feb 21, 2005, 10:05 AM   #22
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********* Interesting tool Nick. I still get rid of excess barrel distortion using free transform and skew in ps. Am I working too hard doing it this way? I haven't downloaded the pana tool, and am wondering if it's just a select and click solution, or if there's some work involved like the method I've been using. Thanks for the info...thekman.
Oh, way easier than using skew. Follow the tutorial on DP review. It will take a little trial and error to get it right the first time, but it saves the numeric settings and after that alls it takes is a mouse click to bring up the filter, and a mouse click to apply it.
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Interesting tool Nick. I still get rid of excess barrel distortion using free transform and skew in ps. Am I working too hard doing it this way? I haven't downloaded the pana tool, and am wondering if it's just a select and click solution, or if there's some work involved like the method I've been using. Thanks for the info...thekman.
Oh, way easier than using skew. Follow the tutorial on DP review. It will take a little trial and error to get it right the first time, but it saves the numeric settings and after that alls it takes is a mouse click to bring up the filter, and a mouse click to apply it.

Nick & Nooner, I downloaded the Panotools for PS today and installed them on my Elements 2.0 (not 3.0 as I thought). However, I didn't have any Pics to play with (that have barrel distortion) to see how it works:sad:.Nick, would it be ok if I capture the two photos above so I can play with the settings in Pano? Thanks, Gerry
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However, I didn't have any Pics to play with (that have barrel distortion) to see how it works:sad:.*Nick, would it be ok if I capture the two photos above so I can play with the settings in Pano? * Thanks, Gerry
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However, I didn't have any Pics to play with (that have barrel distortion) to see how it works:sad:.Nick, would it be ok if I capture the two photos above so I can play with the settings in Pano? Thanks, Gerry
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Nick, downloaded pics, andthe filter works in elements! Thanks to you and nooner, Gerry
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