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In Photoshop and Bridge CS5 for Photographers New Features, author Chris Orwig explores the enhancements in Photoshop CS5 and Bridge CS5 from a photographer's perspective. This course introduces the Mini Bridge, a brand new panel to browse and open images without leaving Photoshop, expanded layer functionality, improved sharpening and noise reduction in Adobe Camera Raw, cleaning up and enhancing photographs with the new Bristle Brush and content-aware tools, and working with the new High Dynamic Range (HDR) toning controls. Exercise files are included with the course.
Here I want to simply take a look a, how we can access and then open our images up in this filter or tool, which is called Lens Correction. And Lens Correction is quite a powerful tool. It helps us correct distortions in some really unique and amazing ways. Well if we're using Adobe Bridge, all that we need to do is simply target the image, then navigate to our Tools pulldown menu. Here, we are going to select Photoshop and then simply choose Lens Correction. We can also access this from right inside of Photoshop. Let me show you how. Let's say that in Adobe Bridge we simply want to open up this image.
We do so by double-clicking it here in Adobe Bridge. That opens it up in Photoshop. Now once we open it in Photoshop, we realize you know what? The distortion in this image is just too much. I want to remove some of this. Well in order to open up Lens Correction, there are two ways we can do this. We can either navigate to the File pulldown menu, and then choose Automate and from here select Lens Correction, or access the same exact filter, simply go to our Filters pulldown menu. In this case, we can choose Lens Correction or we can press the shortcut, which is on a Mac Shift+Command+R, on a PC Shift+Ctrl+R.
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