DxO ViewPoint 2.5.11: A Powerful Tool for Correcting Distorted Photos
Have you ever taken a photo of a building or a group of people and noticed that the edges look distorted or stretched out This is a common problem that occurs when you use a wide-angle lens or shoot from an angle that causes perspective distortion. Fortunately, there is a software solution that can help you fix these issues and restore the natural proportions of your photos: DxO ViewPoint 2.5.11.
DxO ViewPoint 2.5.11 is the latest version of the software that is entirely dedicated to correcting distorted elements on the edges of your photos, and to fixing problems with keystoning and tilted horizons. It integrates the power of DxO Labs' exclusive geometric correction technology into your usual image processing workflow, and lets you quickly and easily adjust your photos with visually intuitive tools.
With DxO ViewPoint 2.5.11, you can:
Fix keystoning: Make buildings plumb again and recreate their original shapes by correcting converging vertical and horizontal lines.
Correct distortions of the people in your images: Restore the natural proportions of the subjects on the edges of your photos by automatically correcting stretched-out faces or distorted body shapes.
Beautify your interior photos: Restore the original proportions of the rooms and correct the perspective distortion caused by wide-angle lenses.
DxO ViewPoint 2.5.11 is easy to use and works with any type of photo. You can use it as a standalone application or as a plugin for PhotoShop or Lightroom. You can also apply corrections to multiple photos at once with batch processing.
If you want to improve the quality and realism of your photos, you should try DxO ViewPoint 2.5.11 today. It is available for Windows and Mac OS X, and you can download it from this link. You can also get a free trial version to test it out before buying it.
DxO ViewPoint 2.5.11 is the ultimate solution for correcting distorted photos. Don't let perspective distortion ruin your photos anymore - get DxO ViewPoint 2.5.11 now and enjoy stunning results!
In this article, we will show you how to use DxO ViewPoint 2.5.11 to correct distorted photos in a few simple steps. We will use an example photo of a building that suffers from keystoning and perspective distortion, and show you how to make it look more natural and realistic.
Step 1: Open your photo in DxO ViewPoint 2.5.11
You can open your photo in DxO ViewPoint 2.5.11 either as a standalone application or as a plugin for PhotoShop or Lightroom. In this example, we will use the standalone application. To open your photo, simply click on the \"Open\" button on the top left corner of the interface and browse to the location of your photo on your computer.
Once your photo is opened, you will see it displayed on the main window of DxO ViewPoint 2.5.11. You will also see a toolbar on the right side of the window that contains various tools and settings for correcting your photo.
Step 2: Correct keystoning
Keystoning is a type of distortion that occurs when you shoot a building or an object from an angle that is not perpendicular to its surface. This causes the vertical and horizontal lines of the building or object to converge or diverge, making it look tilted or skewed.
To correct keystoning, you need to use the \"Keystone\" tool on the toolbar. This tool lets you trace the lines that you want to correct and make them parallel again. To use this tool, follow these steps:
Click on the \"Keystone\" tool icon on the toolbar.
Click on one of the corners of the building or object that you want to correct and drag it to the opposite corner. This will create a blue line that represents the line that you want to correct.
Repeat this step for the other three corners of the building or object. You should have four blue lines that form a rectangle around the building or object.
Adjust the position and length of the blue lines if needed by dragging their endpoints or middle points.
Click on the \"Apply\" button on the toolbar to apply the correction. You will see that the blue lines become green and that the building or object becomes plumb and straight.
You can also use the \"Auto\" button on the toolbar to automatically correct keystoning based on the detected lines in your photo. However, this may not work well for some photos, so you may need to adjust the lines manually for better results.
Step 3: Correct perspective distortion
Perspective distortion is another type of distortion that occurs when you use a wide-angle lens or shoot from a close distance to a building or an object. This causes the edges of the building or object to appear larger than they are in reality, making it look distorted or stretched out.
To correct perspective distortion, you need to use the \"Volume Anamorphosis\" tool on the toolbar. This tool lets you restore the natural proportions of the subjects on the edges of your photo by automatically correcting stretched-out faces or distorted body shapes.
To use this tool, follow these steps:
Click on the \"Volume Anamorphosis\" tool icon on the toolbar.
Select one of the presets from the drop-down menu: \"Human Body\", \"Human Face\", or \"Custom\". The preset determines how much correction is applied to your photo.
If you choose \"Custom\", you can adjust the intensity of the correction by using the slider below the drop-down menu.
Click on the \"Apply\" button on the toolbar to apply the correction. You will see that the subjects on the edges of your photo become more natural and realistic.
Step 4: Save your corrected photo
Once you are satisfied with your corrections, you can save your corrected photo by clicking on the \"Save\" button on
the top left corner of the interface. You can choose to save your photo as a JPEG, TIFF, PNG, or DNG file format, and adjust
the quality and size settings if needed.
Congratulations! You have successfully corrected your distorted photo using DxO ViewPoint 2.5.11! aa16f39245