Hallöchen!

Robert Lounsberry writes:

> Just to make sure I understand correctly, you don't need to do
> both vertical and horizontal lines to create a proper lens
> distortion correction. You only need to use horizontal
> lines....right?

Yes, because they are longer usually.

> And if you do need to do vertical lines, how would you line them
> up in Hugin since they wouldn't be touching like in horizontal
> test images.

I don't understand this.  You need to do vertical lines becasue you
have a test image in portrait mode?  Or because the subject only had
vertical lines?

Tschö,
Torsten.

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