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Psjunkie wrote:
Tue Nov 16, 2021 1:01 am
I did not mention anything....but the water line does appear better. I now notice some lightening to the overall image though
I mistook SoHill guy for you! Ya’ll look exactly alike! (Same avatar) :) Sorry!!

I don’t know why it’s lighter since I didn’t do anything but straighten it. It must be a result of that particular tool, one I never have used before since it doesn’t contain any Olympus lenses or cameras.
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I figured that..

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Notice the tree on the left of the picture. It has been straightened when using the lens correction.
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SoHillGuy wrote:
Tue Nov 16, 2021 8:02 pm
Notice the tree on the left of the picture. It has been straightened when using the lens correction.
I will try that in ACR or LR. I’m used to straightening there. The actual lens correction tool in PS didn’t do much for the crooked tree for me, but I probably don’t know how to use it right. Olympus lenses aren’t addressed in that tool the way other lenses are so I’ve never tried to figure it out. I’ll have to dig a little deeper with it! Thanks for showing me what you did.
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