Talk:Perspective control

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Free software for perspective control: I recommend and always use ShiftN. —Wikinaut (talk) 20:29, 29 September 2010 (UTC)

Cheap cameras[edit]

"The popularity of amateur photography has made distorted photos made with cheap cameras so familiar that many people do not immediately realise the distortion. " The distortion of cheap cameras, has nothing to do with perspective distortion.
Barrel distortion may make the top of a building look smaller but another cheap lens could have pin cushion distortion which is the opposite. If a photo is taken with the camera pointing up at a tall building with a lens with pin cushion distortion this would actually correct the distortion more than an expensive camera. QuentinUK (talk) 18:19, 24 February 2013 (UTC)

I think the author means "anything except a view camera" = cheap . Which is neither accurate (Tachihara field camera = $1000, kitted out = $2000, Leica m9 = $7000), nor NPOV=== Brett Buck (talk) 04:25, 12 April 2013 (UTC)