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I am walking through a tutorial for Photoshop but at one point they choose "Lens Correction" in the Filter --> Distort menu. I am on Photoshop 7 so I don't have this.

Is there anyway to do lens correction in this version of Adobe Photoshop?

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PTLens includes a standalone program which will do lens corrections, which should allow you to do what you want.

However I don't know whether the PTLens plugin will work in PS7 or not.

Using PTLens standalone would involve saving your image as a (recommended) 16-bit TIFF and invoking PTLens on that image file outside of Photoshop before continuing your Photoshop work.

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It runs as a standalone and as a PS plugin compatible with PS beginning with version 6 and all versions of PS/Elements. – fahad.hasan Jul 5 '11 at 11:53

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