Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Accessing lens profiles, part of Using and Creating Lens Profiles in Adobe CC Applications.
- Let's explore accessing Lens Profiles…inside of Photoshop.…And to do this we're gonna take three…very different types of files.…I've got a Photoshop document, a JPEG, and a .MOV file.…Let's open all of those up with Photoshop.…Now if the .MOV file doesn't appear as an option,…simply choose your Bridge Preferences…and from File Type Associations…scroll down to QuickTime .mov.…Here you can make sure that Photoshop…is selected as a choice.…
That'll make it easy when you right-click…you can send that over to Photoshop pretty easily.…Hand that one off.…And then let's grab these other two,…and I'll just drag that on the Photoshop icon.…To start we'll minimize that Timeline…and just explore this image.…Remember, you can first Convert for Smart Filters…in Photoshop, and then invoke the Lens Corrections.…Making sure that the grid is up…makes this a lot easier to see what's going on.…
Take advantage of Geometric Corrections, if available.…Now if Auto doesn't come on this might be…because you have to dial in the settings.…
- Understanding the role of lens profiles in auto corrections
- Making corrections in Adobe Creative Cloud
- Building custom lens profiles
- Solving problems in Lightroom
- Solving problems in Adobe Camera Raw
- Fixing photos and video with Photoshop
Skill Level Advanced
Photography Foundations: Specialty Lenseswith Ben Long3h 50m Intermediate
1. The Role of Lens Profiles and Auto Corrections
2. The Role of Lens Corrections
3. Building Custom Lens Profiles
4. Solving Problems in Lightroom
5. Solving Problems in Adobe Camera Raw
6. Fixing Photos and Videos with Adobe Photoshop
Final thoughts1m 28s
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