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Forums Lobby MASTER YOUR TOOLS Post-Processing & Workflow (Public) Apple Post-Processing (Public) topic #210
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OpticalSerenity   Atlanta, US  Registered since 23rd Oct 2006 Wed 24-Nov-10 05:51 AM
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"Lens distortion correction in Aperture?"



This wasn't a big deal with my old 18-200, but now I have an 11-16 lens from Tokina, and the distortion is, to be expected, very visible.

What's the best way to correct this distortion? I found several Aperture plug-ins, are these better? Or standalone apps? Or shudder, even using Lightroom? Personally I'd like to stay within Aperture if at all possible, as I really like it.

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ronaldbegg Silver Member  Ocean Grove, AU  Nikonian since 27th Dec 2010 Sun 02-Jan-11 11:40 AM
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>This wasn't a big deal with my old 18-200, but now I have an
>11-16 lens from Tokina, and the distortion is, to be expected,
>very visible.
>
>What's the best way to correct this distortion? I found
>several Aperture plug-ins, are these better? Or standalone
>apps? Or shudder, even using Lightroom? Personally I'd like to
>stay within Aperture if at all possible, as I really like it.

Have a look at 'PT Lens', it's one of the available plug ins, worked OK for me with my 8-135mm Nikkor on my D200.

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