Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Lens correction adjustments, part of Lightroom 5: 02 Optimizing Your Photos.
…Each lens, of course, has its own particular behavior.…And that's why in large part, we tend to…choose a particular lens for a particular photographic situation.…Obviously, focal length plays a big role in that,…but there are other factors to consider as well.…Of course, in some situations, a lens may cause behaviors…that we don't really care for: distortion in the final image.…That tends to be especially the case when we're…working with very wide-angle lenses because those lenses have to…work a lot harder to bend the light into…the lens and onto the image sensor on our camera.…
Fortunately, Lightroom provides some very simple methods…for correcting for the behavior of a lens.…Let's take a look at the lens corrections adjustment.…Here I have an image that was captured with a very wide angle…lens, and I'd like to correct for some of the behaviors of that lens.…So on the right panel in the Develop…module, I'll scroll down to the lens correction section.…And then on the Basic tab you'll find an enable profile corrections check box.…
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- Evaluating images
- Adjusting white balance
- Working with Clarity
- Fine-tuning with the Tone Curve
- Painting adjustments into an image
- Applying noise reduction
- Correcting perspective
- Converting to black and white
- Duplicating adjustments
- Stitching panoramas
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Develop Module Basics
3. Advanced Develop Module Adjustments
4. Image Cleanup
5. Creative Adjustments
6. Duplicating Adjustments
7. Lightroom and Photoshop
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