Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Correcting lens distortion in Photoshop, part of Using and Creating Lens Profiles in Adobe CC Applications.
- Let's take a look at using Lens Profiles…and we'll start off in an application…that many people use, Adobe Photoshop.…In this case, I've opened up an image from a camera.…Now this is a .tif file,…so it's either been shot as a .tif…or already been converted.…But, if you look at the image,…you'll note that there's slight distortion.…I can find out information about the file…by choosing File, File Info,…and that will tell me a bit of the camera data.…For example, this is an older image…from my collection, shot on a Nikon D300.…
And I was using a zoom lens, an 18 to 70 millimeter.…Well, remember, this meta data often gets embedded…in the EXIF data of the file.…And it'll carry over from the camera .jpeg,…or the raw file, into other versions…unless you specifically strip it out.…This data can be used to repair the file.…Let's click Okay and in this case,…I want to run Lens Profile Correction.…You could choose to apply this directly to the image…by choosing Lens Correction.…
However, I prefer, since I'm using…a newer version of Photoshop,…
- 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
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
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