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If you have a lot to do it might be worth test driving DxO Viewpoint. I use it a lot and really like it, as I do all DxO products.

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8 hours ago, Michael Ventura said:

Straitening up lines is not as easy as it seems it should be.  One problem is that nearly all lenses have some barrel distortion, making straight lines curve or bow some....so first I try to correct that as best I can in LENS Correction any of the Adobe image programs.   Then I use the upright tool in the Adobe RAW converter to straighten lines.  If I find it difficult to see if I am getting it right, I sometimes go to (in Photoshop) VIEW and then down to SHOW and then click on GRID.  This just places a reference grid over your photo (does not embed into the photo) so it is easier to see if all the lines are straight.  Even with all that, I still get lines that can look a little wonky.

 

 

Have you tried the Adaptive Wide Angle filter? Its primary function is straightening curved lines.

 

DD

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