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 Post subject: Fisheye Effect!
PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2008 5:00 pm 
Well instead of getting a fisheye lens, i was wondering if its possible to do a "fisheye" effect by editing the images after taking the picture so it appears to be "fisheye" or is this another one of my ludicrous thoughts? i understand that the image wont appear the exact same way but giving that the little bubble effect


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Yes, there is software that can do this. But I cannot give you a list of software or plug-ins that can do it :?

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whats the name of the software :D


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Thomas wrote:
Yes, there is software that can do this. But I cannot give you a list of software or plug-ins that can do it :?

alex168 wrote:
whats the name of the software :D

Doh! :roll: :roll: :roll:

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2008 7:38 pm 
haha i think this is halerious, so u knw that there is a few softwares that can do it but u dont knw the names. whats teh deal :roll:


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2008 8:20 pm 
It seems more and more people are developing allergies against google lol.
http://www.creativepro.com/story/feature/17838.html

So photoshop can do it, i bet others can aswell. heck maybe even gimp :P


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alex168 wrote:
haha i think this is halerious, so u knw that there is a few softwares that can do it but u dont knw the names. whats teh deal :roll:

Try doing a Google search or three. It only took a few minutes to turn up this review of Paint Shop Pro 8 which boasts "Lens Distortion - Create fisheye, barrel or pincushion effects". If you spend more time than I have available I'm sure you can turn up a wide range of software which includes similar functionality at all prices.

Bear in mind that any software which simulates the fisheye effect is likely to be limited because the source photograph will usually have a smaller field of view than a genuine fisheye image.

As Henning91 says, Google is your friend. 8)

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2008 9:40 pm 
hehe ture that

will i just though some one knw what software to use of the top of thier head :P

but thanks alot for the links i'm very gretfull!


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