“I am from the U.S. and am currently in Egypt photographing walls of Karnak Temple. I will be using perspective correction to display the walls without distortion for a book I am writing.”
Bill Petty, author of books
“English to Middle Egyptian Dictionary”
“I started my photography hobby in 1954 and had my first true camera (a Voigtlander Vito B) in summer 1956. I still have that camera! And several outdated 35 mm and one 60 mm.
Fully digital I have been a bit more than two years, partly digital maybe six or seven. Using now Canon EOS-350D, Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ1, Olympus Camedia C760 and an older Konica-Minolta. I process all my pictures with Photoshop 4.0 and if needed, perspective with Perspective Pilot. I have Photoshop 5.0 in trial but think not to buy it.
Perspective Pilot is the best of the three programs that I have tested. Photoshop 5 (test download) is quite good, but it takes more time working with it and always creates about 20MB files that have to be deleted. So, I am most satisfied with your program.”
Dr of Technology
Reader in Biometry at Tampere University
Finland, July, 2007