yes, it's called Perspective or "Change the Perspective of
the layer or selection." it is on the main menu screen as
a trapezoid. i've used it to correct keystoning of
photographing a tall building, or a mural when
photographed from off to the
side. it gives you a grid for reference and it's quite
On Jun21 11:03, John Allsopp wrote:
> Victor Domingos wrote:
> > Hi!
> > Is there an easy way in GIMP to make corrections to those distortions
> > that happen for instance, when we try to take a photo from a very
> > high building (when the straigh edges get a bit rounded or inclined).
> > I think there are some similar apps in wich we can do that by using a
> > grid to distort the whole picture. Is there anything like that in GIMP?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Victor Domingos
> > http://lojamac.com/blog
> I looked for this too and didn't find it. I blogged about it here
> <http://www.johnallsopp.co.uk/blog200704.php#panorama> where there's a
> link to a tutorial about a way to do it in Hugin, but I had some
> problems with that.
> So that's a possibility, but I'm still interested in hearing of Gimp
> ways to do it.
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