I have just watched a tutorial on Adobe TV regarding the new adaptive wide angle filter used on pre-stitched panoramas. I open an iPhone pano image. go to filter–>adaptive wide angle filter and in the lower left corner I find – as indicated as being requested to function properly the tut – the name of the camera, the lens and the f-stop with wich the image was taken. The filter does still not draw the automatic line on the corved part of the building I try to improve. Going to correction –> automatic in the upper right corner I get an error message that no matching profile for the iPhone's camera's lens could be found.
Why that when it is clerly indicated as being 4.28 mm etc already? The iPhone 4S has been here for quite a while and is widely used, so why the error?
Thanks for any hint!
Use the Fisheye option instead of Auto. When you drag out your first line there will be a center handle you can drag to fit the line to the curve. This becomes the calibration for the rest of the image.
it did seem to work out for a moment the wayyou suggested: the drag line appered allright this time, but after adjusting the curved line the filter made a fisheye image out of my panorama, cutting off about 20% on each side and leaving a ragged edge remining of a circle.
I'll keep trying!