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07 Oct 2009  
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by alibd87 View Post
What I should to solved this problem ?
I believe it's called "barrel distortion" and it's an inherent function of the lens design. In a nutshell, lens optics are optimised for certain distances, given a particular aperture, and bringing the camera too close to the subject can sometimes give it that "in a fat mirror" look. Photoshop and other advanced image manipulation packages have plug-ins which can restore the intended rectilinear nature of a photo. Some of them are even capable of ironing out known optical aberrations specific to a given lens.

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A Wanna-be Photographer

P.S. Your BSOD is caused by bugs in your ATI video driver. Updating the driver to the lastest version would be the best place to start.
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