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Old November 29th, 2009, 04:13 PM
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Lens distortion filter

Does Elements have a "lens distortion filter" where you can correct barrel/pincushion distortion caused by various (especially zoom) lenses?

Or must one go up to actual Photoshop?
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Old November 29th, 2009, 05:40 PM
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Ron,

Later versions of PSE include a Camera Distortion filter which does what you describe.

I believe that it is less-capable than the equivalent filter which is packaged with Photoshop - but I am not positive about that.

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Try Correct Camera Distortion which you'll find under the filter menu. It repairs distortion, vignetting, both horizontal and vertical perspective and image rotation. You can also use it to give an easy vignette effect to images.

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Thanks - - yup, there it is under Correct Camera Distorition. Thanks so much, I'll have to play around with this.
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Thanks for correcting my omission, Bayla!!
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