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  1. Morph3ous

    Morph3ous

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    I was creating some panoramas and I was struggling with one due to wide angle distortion. I then stumbled across a tutorial on the new Adaptive Wide Angle filter built into CS6. I have to say, its really very good and has made me consider the upgrade from CS5 even more.

    Here is a snap shot of the best I could manage with the panorama mode alone. Not great.

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    Wide Angle 1 by Minnis Photography, on Flickr

    ...and here it is after some Adaptive Wide Angle magic...

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    Wide Angle 2 by Minnis Photography, on Flickr

    ...and the final image after some levels, saturation and sharpening.

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    Panorama 3 by Minnis Photography, on Flickr
     
  2. StewartR

    StewartR Efrem Zimbalist Jr Advertiser

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    You shouldn't need to use this filter to correct a panorama. The problem was that you hadn't created the panorama properly in the first place.

    This same issue came up recently and I put together a detailed answer. That thread is here: [click].
     

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