Camera Raw/Lightroom: "Force parallel" vs. "Lense Distorsion Correction"

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There is no "Force parallel" feature in Camera Raw as in DxO Optics Pro 6.x.
Raw Converter has instruments to correct lense distorsion, but its not so comfortable as drawing to lines on photo, that must be parallel!

Excuse me for my English
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Posted 8 years ago

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Do you mean to correct vertical or horizontal lines, such as when a building gets smaller at the top than it is at the bottom?

We have the Vertical and Horizontal sliders in the Lens Correction Manual panel, but drawing lines on the image would certainly be easier.
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Yes, I have problems with vertical lines.
Correcting distorsion with Vertical and Horizontal sliders in Camera Raw is not very comfortable, cause it is very big work for analizing each situation, it's so hard for me and a lot of mine photos)
Today I 've installed temporal DxO Optics Pro, and it's GOOD.
I have results near to Camera Raw on the same photos, but interface of DxO not so minimalistic (easy-to-use) as in Camera Raw. There too many menus on the right side.
And I have nearly the same looks in two photos, but it was more accurate from DxO for distorsions and MORE easiest.
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A very similar feature request has been made before. It makes sense to merge these so that the votes combine rather being fragmented.