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Old 18th November 2007
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Re: lost impavt in resampling

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Had another go, this time using the PT Lens plugin in Photoshop which recognizes the E-510 and 7-14mm lens and autocorrects distortion. It also has a perspective tool. Had to lower the atrium in order to get the ceiling lights in though.
Having tried to achieve something like your PP on the original with Corel Photo-Paint, I greatly appreciate the amount of time & effort you put into showing me what to do.

I think the standalone version of the PT lens plugin is the way to go.

I have a lot to learn on post-processing. Currently, none of my photos in the gallery have been post-processed.

How long did it take you to clone out the wire fence?

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Re: lost impavt in resampling

Did it over a couple of days, kept going back and finding bits I had missed. The whiskers were tricky. I also cheated by copying the odd bit from one side, flipping it horizontally and pasting it on the other side. I don't think I would have the patience to do it again but it was a good excercise at the time. I enjoy fiddling about with images just to see how software works but nothing beats taking a shot, downloading it and not having to do a thing with it. Doesn't happen often enough!
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