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Adobe Photoshop Fish-Eye Correction Sneak Peek - Adobe Photoshop Demos New Fish-Eye correction features as well as future iPad apps.

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Adobe Photoshop Fish-Eye Correction

At a revent press event Adobe were demonstrating new features in the works such as extreme fish-eye correction, which they say are in the early stages of development. You can view the before photo below:

Adobe Photoshop Fish-Eye Correction

Adobe were demonstrating the ability to draw lines to show Photoshop what should be straight in the image, and then it was automatically correcting architecture, and even trees.

Also on show was a future iPad app, allowing textures and effects to be applied to images quickly, whilst also automatically creating non-destructive layers. The software let you control curves using touch, and would create a blended animation of effects, much like Instagram on the iPhone.

Additional add-ons and features for Adobe Photoshop are available from the Adobe Labs.

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16 Nov 2011 - 2:08 PM

I used to use a prog called Perspective Pilot that corrected such distortion by drawling a straight line against an appropiate edge ie the palm tree. You could repeat it several times for horizontal or vertical lines. It worked very well.

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