Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Making corrections in Photoshop, part of Using and Creating Lens Profiles in Adobe CC Applications.
- While we've taken a look at Lens Corrections…I'd like to really go in depth…and show you a couple of workflows.…We're gonna take a look at both video workflows…and still workflows.…I'm gonna walk through how I use these…to solve real world problems.…So let's get started with an architectural image…that definitely has some perspective and lens issues.…I'm gonna open up this first image here.…And this is a photo from down in Atlanta.…While I like this image, it has a lot of perspective issues…that I'm not so crazy about.…
The building almost looks to be leaning,…plus some of these strong lines here…that should be straight have a bit of a bulge to them.…Well, let's correct the issues.…I like to work nondestructively,…so I'll choose Filter, Convert for Smart Filters,…and click OK.…Now that that's done I can apply…the Lens Correction option.…And notice that it already made some decent fixes.…If we toggle that on and off…there's a very big vignette problem…that's fixed at the edge.…
Now we have a nice, even, bright blue sky,…
- 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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