perspective correction


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Peter_M
perspective correction

Hi everyone,

a big thank you to all the programmers and other supporters behind lz. I know some automatic, lens-dependent correction is on your todo list, but I would suggest something else. If you check Affinity Photo you can see a very simple yet effective manual correction, 3 (main) parameters: distortion (barrel vs  pincusshion), horizontal and vertical (both perspective). I've been using this with very good results and in almost no time on a couple of lenses and it requires no lens database to be maintained. Moreover, as you already have the code to rotate (thus transform) the image I not see what could be a problem to add code for this three parameters (which are also transformations). I hope not too sound to arrogant, but with 25+ years programming on my belt I vaguly guess this is no big change. Of course I dont know the codebase and I can only guess with what you have to deal :) Best regards, Peter

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