I haven’t used my TTArtisan 7.5mm fisheye lens enough over the last few months, and it’s not because I don’t like it. I really do love the lens, how it performs and how it displays colours, contrast and sharpness. It’s because I don’t always want everything to look like a fisheye. I know it’s easy enough to convert from fisheye to rectilinear, but I haven’t been in that mindset for one simple reason which I will discuss below.
I love my images to usually be one of three aspect ratios; either 3:2 or 5:4 and occasionally I will also choose 1:1 square format. Anything wider I tend to dismiss, but after a lot of thought and experimenting I think I will have to change the way I think about this.
I have created three quick actions in Photoscape X Pro to convert fisheye photographs. I call them simply “Fisheye Correct…
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