Currently Being ModeratedAug 16, 2013 12:51 PM (in response to léonie)
I just downloaded the trial sample for PTLens. It will take a bit of learning to have confidence to work the adjustments. For instance, when finished with an adjustment of an image, do you hit the Return key on the Mac, or hit the Reset button in PT Lens?
At a cost of only $25, I am impressed. It is sad that I already own DxO, which cost $150. But, isn't that why God created eBay. :-)
I am more impressed reading the comparison of DxO and PT Lens in the DP Review website.
Just to be curious, what camera and lenses do you own? I have a modest collection, a Nikon D7000 (crop sensor) with 4 lenses and 3 flashes. When I was a photojournalist working in Tokyo, my company would buy Nikon equipment directly from the Factory. It is funny that, not until I got a DSLR did I ever use a zoom lens. Now I have two.
Thank you for the wonderful intro do PT Lens.
Gary - Santa Monica
Currently Being ModeratedAug 16, 2013 1:01 PM (in response to daikambu65)
It will take a bit of learning to have confidence to work the adjustments.
For lens correction, there is no learning to do. PTLens detects your lens, and the correction is automatic.
PTLens also does perspective correction. That's pretty strightforward. Just some sliders until the result looks OK. There's aa video and some examples on the PTLens home page.