Metamorphopsia is a symptom caused by abnormalities in the retina, and people with metamorphopsia experience distortions in their field of view. To compensate for this disorder, computer-based distortion assessment and compensation methods have been proposed. In the state-of-The-Art method, compensation is carried out by dynamically deforming the image with a manipulation map, which is bound to the symptom of an individual user with metamorphopsia, according to the user's gaze data captured by an eye tracker. However, this method suffers from the instability and inaccuracy of the eye tracker, which leads to a poor compensation effect. In this paper, we propose a novel method for metamorphopsia compensation without using an eye tracker. The proposed method generates a compensation image by simultaneously applying multiple manipulation maps to the input image. To evaluate the effectiveness of the proposed method, a preliminary subjective experiment using a reading task and involving 10 participants with normal vision was conducted. The evaluation results show that the proposed method can compensate for visual distortion during reading tasks.