On Tue, 2011-04-19 at 04:24 +0400, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
> On 4/19/11, Leonard Evens wrote:
> > I keep posing questions about this but so far I haven't gotten a useful
> > response.
> You think reference to LensFun is not useful?
I don't remember being told about this.
But it turns out that I had a lensfun library installed. I didn't have
the actual plug-in. So I compiled it and put the plug-in in my personal
plug-in directory. It seems to work quite well. It examines the exif
entry to determine the lens and lens setting.
What I don't understand is how I managed to have the library installed
without the plugin.
> > P.S. I understand that ahd I shot raw with my Nikon, I might have
> > been able to do the correction more easily using ufraw. Also, it might
> > be possible using hugin to correct the distortion. But I would like to
> > be able to do it with gimp if I can.
> Alexandre Prokoudine
> Gimp-user mailing list
Added later. One t hing was clarified but adds another mystery. I was
misled by the black columns in the image. After the distortion is eliminated
the sides of the columns are vertical, a s the should be, but the highlighted
one the columns are still curved. That was what was confusing me.
The still unresolved question is where those highlighted lines on the columns
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