In photography, there are commonly two different sources of distortion. One of them is produced inside the camera, particularly in the lens. This distortion is called lens distortion. The other is produced by the relative position of the camera and the scene. This distortion is called perspective distortion. In this chapter, I will describe these two sources of distortion and show you how to correct them.


Grid Line Lens Distortion Distortion Correction Radial Distortion Perspective Distortion 
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