Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Introducing Guided Upright for correcting distortion, part of Lightroom Classic CC New Features.
- [Voiceover] In the next few movies,…I want to introduce you to a new feature…which is available to those of you…who are subscribers to the Creative Cloud.…This new feature helps us improve the way…that we correct distortion in our photographs.…And in order to really understand how this feature works,…we'll be working with a few different photographs,…starting off with this one here.…Here you can see I'm in the Develop module,…and the way you begin to work with this feature…is you start off by going to Lens Corrections.…Here in Lens Corrections you want to begin…by turning on Enable Profile Corrections.…
This will apply a correction, which is based on…your camera and lens combination,…and we've had this before in Lightroom,…it's just essential that you start off here…because it applies those needed corrections,…and then next, we're going to a new panel,…which is called Transform.…Now this new panel has some of the features…we've seen previously.…This is where we find all of our upright controls,…but you'll notice that…
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 02/05/2016. What changed?
A: We added one new movie, "Boundary Warp for better pano photos."
Q: This course was updated on 10/18/2017. What changed?
A: New videos were added that cover new localized masking, color masking on a landscape, luminance masking on a landscape, and localized masking.
1. Library Module: Face Recognition
2. Library Module: Photo Merge
3. Library Module: Workflow
4. Develop Module: Image Enhancements
5. Slideshow and Web Modules
6. Develop Module: Selective Adjustments
Color masking on a landscape3m 40s
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