Category:Reduced distortion of horizontal lines
- Commonly, perspective control only consists of a reduction of the distortion of vertical lines.
- To simulate a larger distance of the camera from the object, the distortion of the horizontal lines has to be reduced as well. (Explanation by an example: If you stand at the bottom of a rectangular tower with horiszontal top countures of the walls, you see these top lines in an angle of little more than 90°. If you stand at the same level, but in a distance of several hundred meters, you see the top line in a angles of almost 180°.)
- The procedure is not possible with all objects, and it affords manual operations:
- The photograph has to be cut at the nearest corner of the presented object (for example a building). The left and the right section have to be treated in mirrored ways.
- Neighbouring objects have to be treated in a way that edges of similar directions have similar directions, too, in the treated photo.
Media in category "Reduced distortion of horizontal lines"
The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total.
- Güstrow Dom vert+hori ca 50% entzerrt.jpg 3,101 × 2,399; 5.01 MB
- SM Kucharzowice597038Andrzeja unfolded2.png 3,845 × 2,492; 18.69 MB
- St-Johann HB2.jpg 2,875 × 3,955; 7.28 MB
- St. Aldegundis, Emmerich am Rhein-3782renaturiert.jpg 4,383 × 4,784; 24.49 MB
- Ulesie Wniebowzięcia NMP593529vert-renatur+hori-straighter.png 2,056 × 2,415; 11.61 MB