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Photoshop and Fisheye removal.

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by MikesTooLz, Apr 28, 2014.

  1. MikesTooLz

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    anyone else using Photoshop to remove the fisheye with lens correction?

    The DJI phantom 2 vision lens profile make the video better however it does not fully remove the distortion out around the edges. Anyone else notice this?
     
  2. hwb2107

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    Do you mean there is an existing profile for Photoshop for the Phantom 2? Or were you referring to the lens setting itself?

    Regardless, I have been doing lens correction manually with the Photoshop filter. Seems to work very well. The only way to eliminate 100% of fish eye is to crop a portion of the image as well.
     
  3. MikesTooLz

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    Yes, the latest versions of photoshop (CS6 or CC) have built in lens correction for DJI Phantom Vision under lens filters.

    Here is a video that was loaded into photoshop cc, I applied the DJI Phantom 2 Vision lens filter and then exported. It looks much better however you can tell there is still some distortion around the edges. (I did not crop the video.)
    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7VeR-t8K1k[/youtube]
     
  4. r0ot5

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    I just try ProDad to remove the fisheye in the video, I will see the result tonight, will update you.
     
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    Which FoV you used in P2V?
     
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    I use the FC200 lens profile in Lightroom. Works great. I like that you can dial in correction from 0 to 200%.
     
  7. MikesTooLz

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    Lightroom also has the DJI Phantom Vision lens correction profile, that's what I use for Photo's.
     
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    does anyone have the lens correction file? i have photoshop cs6, but doesnt have the profile... (the got photoshop pre vision days)
     
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    Make sure that the adobe updater is installed on your computer. It should see the ACR 8.4 update, which includes the FC200 lens profile. There isn't a separate download link that I can find.
     
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    You can only use profile for stills in Lightroom, unless I'm missing something, you can't apply to video in Lightroom.
     
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    Hello Pilots,
    I have an embarassing experience on the Lens profile using Adobe softwares:

    I used Lightroom and Photoshop to correct the wide angle distortion from the image made by the Phantom.
    I used the same (the one that exists) Lens profile in both softwares, so I think I should get the same result as a corrected image.

    I have different results after correcting the lens distortion. How could that happen?
     
  15. AnselA

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    Which SW versions you used? Did you correct JPG or DNG?
     
  16. rob.apjok

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    Lightroom 5.4
    Photoshop CC (14.2.1)
    Both are trials from original website, downloaded today.

    I used the same JPG.

    I am waiting for your answer thanks!
     
  17. AnselA

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    I have LR5.4 and CS5, different setup than you. However I'll get similar results from LR and CS, although they use different versions of ACR.
     
  18. rob.apjok

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    You mean, I should search for the solution in the Camera Raw plugin settings?
     
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    I would contact Adobe support, but they will ask for more specific description how the results are different.
     
  20. vortigern

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    Really good lens correction. Better than I get with my system. Ideal subject to film.