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Defish

Posted on 06.08.2019 by Zulujar
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9 Responses to Defish

  1. Voktilar says:
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  4. Kaziran says:
    Great video. Gopro software has the ability to defish but definitely good to know so i can experiment myself. Don't have a fisheye lens yet. Im kind of curious to see how your fisheye pictures would do after processed through gopro studios.
  5. Kagashicage says:
    Jul 21,  · I don't know how you got this stunningly calm water on the first pic, but it sure is amazing view! Regarding the defish - both examples are quite distorted perspective-wise (if this is correct word, but you know what I mean, right?).
  6. Nikokree says:
    Fisheye lenses are great for shooting super wide fields of view, but the distortion is so extreme that sometimes you may want to try and ‘defish’ your fisheye images. There are several ways of doing so, with varying results, and today, I wanted to share with you the best way I have come across redluletzdiweate.affrogesonmagbucumtakevesula.infoinfo: Anthony Thurston.
  7. Sall says:
    "Defish" - barrel and pincushion distortion correction filter - avisynth-repository/Defish.
  8. Felar says:
    When shooting with a wide angle lens, photos can exhibit a fisheye effect called barrel distortion. The distortion is especially noticeable in photos where straight lines are visible, giving these.
  9. Zulukora says:
    Correct a fisheyed picture using Hugin. Ask Question Asked 5 years, 10 months ago. Active 5 years, 10 months ago. Viewed 3k times 1. I've got a Olympus Body Cap 9mm fisheye lens for my Panasonic DMC-GM1 camera. I was told to use Hugin to correct the fisheyed pictures taken with that lens. Thanks for contributing an answer to Photography.

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