Johnnyallen

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  1. I see what you're saying, but I also thought the tall building was getting bigger. I think it's an optical illusion. I used the draw a rectangle feature of Paint to check the vertical line of the left side of the building and the two lines were parallel. Hmmm, interesting, or as Spock would say, "fascinating."
  2. Here's another photo I corrected with Distort This. you'll notice though that the building on the far left is leaning out a bit. I couldn't do anything about it and keep the tall building straight. This plugin works very well and is easy to pick up on. I am pleased with the results.
  3. I downloaded Distort This by Toe_head2001 and got very good results in correcting perspective distortion caused by wide angle lenses. It's a keeper. I wonder if anybody thought of using Layers/Rotate-Zoom to achieve the same results. Not trying to diminish all the hard work Toe_head2001 put into developing this plugin. You done good.
  4. Eli, I was typing my comment when your comment notice came up. That's the same result I got when I used Layers/Rotate-Zoom. A trapezoid. I'll check out Toe_head2001's Distort This in a little bit.
  5. If you're referring to Image/resize, I believe so, yes. What I did was use Layers/Rotate-Zoom which produced a trapezoid from which I cropped to a rectangle.
  6. Here's a before and after. FYI Forum has a 5.43MB limit on photos. I tried awhile back to post even a Jpeg photo and it was too big. So, I used Snipping Tool to produce a smaller file size.
  7. I did a perspective correction on a photo I took of a tall building by rotating/tilting the image. But I had to crop the photo to fit a rectangle. I was looking for something similar to a Photoshop perspective correction. I thought this plugin would do that. I played around with it and really didn't see it doing anything. Not to mention that it is incredibly slow. You're probably right. I should just get rid of it.
  8. I have the plugin. I just can't figure out how to use it.
  9. First, this forum has been very helpful. Thank you. I'm an old school photographer. I started out with two Nikon Fs and an assortment of Nikkor lenses. I eventually drifted away from it and sold off all my Nikons. I recently had an opportunity to pick up a Nikon D3200 DSLR and two lenses at a phenomenal price. Needless to say, there's a learning curve that comes with digital photography. Seeing photos from other people that had incredible range, I eventually discovered that they were doing High Dynamic Range, HDR. Unfortunately my camera does not have Auto Exposure Bracketing, AEB. And HDR requires separate software such as Aurora to blend the images together. I can do exposure bracketing in manual with a tripod and a subject that isn't moving. I'm not going there nor buying the software. That's why TRsHDRish plugin intrigued me. Second, I had already downloaded Paint.net awhile ago to do some creative art and text. So, needless to say, it was fortuitous that I had something that could process photos. In using HDRish, I noticed that it did punch up my RAW photos if you tweak the slide controls. I still used Curves+ and RGB Saturation (both plugins) to bring the photo to something I wanted. Forum has a limit of 5.43MB, so I can't upload the images as an example. I'll rate TRsHDRish a seven on a scale of ten
  10. I'm looking for a tutorial on Lens Distortion Correction plugin by hihellohi.
  11. First, this forum has been very helpful. Thank you. I'm an old school photographer. I started out with two Nikon Fs and an assortment of Nikkor lenses. I eventually drifted away from it and sold off all my Nikons. I recently had an opportunity to pick up a Nikon D3200 DSLR and two lenses at a phenomenal price. Needless to say, there's a learning curve that comes with digital photography. Seeing photos from other people that had incredible range, I eventually discovered that they were doing High Dynamic Range, HDR. Unfortunately my camera does not have Auto Exposure Bracketing, AEB. And HDR requires separate software such as Aurora to blend the images together. I can do exposure bracketing in manual with a tripod and a subject that isn't moving. I'm not going there nor buying the software. That's why TRsHDRish plugin intrigued me. Second, I had already downloaded Paint.net awhile ago to do some creative art and text. So, needless to say, it was fortuitous that I had something that could process photos. In using HDRish, I noticed that it did punch up my RAW photos if you tweak the slide control. I still used Curves+ and RGB Saturation (both plugins) to bring the photo to something I wanted. Forum has a limit of 5.43MB, so I can't upload the images as an example. I'll rate TRsHDRish a seven on a scale of ten
  12. I just took a quick look at the HDR effect and it looks interesting. I'm going to have to play with it and tweak somethings with curves+, RGB saturation and color mixer to see what it's capable of.
  13. BINGO! That worked. I'll remember to do that if I see that message again. HDR is now in effects/color/HDR. Thanks a bunch.