The Easiest Way To De-Squeeze
Anamorphic lenses are commonly used as specialty tools which affect how images get projected onto the camera sensor. Though they were created so that a wider range of aspect ratios could fit within a standard film frame, cinematographers have become accustomed to its unique look. The visual result is a glorious nucleus of creamy horizontal flares and tender movements.
However, because of its technical functions, the anamorphic squeezes the image (and the bokeh) to produce an oval-like shape. It’s crucial to “de-squeeze” the frame to make the oval bokeh stretched again as you would normally see it.
The Quickest & Easiest Way To De-Squeeze Photos…
Our Moment Pro Camera App, of course! Click the "De-squeeze" toggle to blue under the setting menu, and viola! You're set. Take pictures or video with the app set to your anamorphic lens and they will be automatically desqueezed.
But another great way to de-squeeze your anamorphic photography is through Photoshop. Our very own App developer, Jeff, often uses this application as a quick and easy way to simplify his process. Below are the steps as follows: