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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, the 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 the photo. Some of them are even capable of ironing out known optical aberrations specific to a given lens.

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.


P.S. Your P.S. was as always informative and certainly helpful to the OP. You really are the BSOD-guru here!
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