Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files, part of Using and Creating Lens Profiles in Adobe CC Applications.
- If your lynda.com membership includes it, I've put together a collection of exercise files. It's just gonna be the test images that we shoot here, as well as some hands-on practice images to showcase problems. If you've got access to some of your own images from different shooting situations, those will work great for the corrections section, but in order to learn how to actually build the profile, you'll either need to use our test images from the chart or pull down your own that you capture. It's a pretty straightforward process, so in either case just make sure you get your hands on your own images.
But the ones that I've put together are perfectly fine to help showcase some of the problems, as well as the workflows. I do ask when you're done with this course please discard these images. I provide them just so you use them for the hands-on exercises. Please don't post 'em online or use them for any other purpose.
- 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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