Re: Digital camera again...

From: Editor P.O.V. Image Service ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 08/03/04-08:25:37 PM Z
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Judy Seigel wrote:

> On Sun, 1 Aug 2004, Editor P.O.V. Image Service wrote:
>> First, with really wide lenses you should try and stay relatively
>> parallel to the horizontal when shooting, UNLESS that exaggerated
>> perspective effect is something you want.
> Sorry, could you explain that -- what horizontal do you mean? I'm
> shooting a person standing up. Their legs dwindle even when I hold
> the camera parallel to their figure.

Yes, their legs will dwindle if you shoot properly..

>> The BEST tool I have used is the Debarrelizer plugin from The Imaging
>> Factory.. I can even use it to make a fisheye shot rectilinear.
> Is that a plug in for Photoshop -- or ?????



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