All images need lens correction. Learn how to do just that in this video.
- [Instructor] I mentioned before … that every image needs a little bit of sharpening … and so we apply sharpening by default on the images … and it's something we don't have to worry about … unless we want to add more of it. … Now another thing that all images … need some for of is lens correction … Now this is less prevalent in something … like what you see here, … which I shot with a 50 millimeter lens, … very similar to what your eye sees … as opposed to something like we see here. … And this was shot with not only a 24 millimeter lens, … which is pretty wide … but a 24 millimeter zoom lens, … which is trying to do a lot of different things … So if I hit D and we move into the development module, … I'm going to show you how easy it is to fix this. … If you look at it, … it's pretty obvious that there's something wrong, … the edges are all sort of bending. … Well in Lens Correction right under Sharpening there, … I'm just going to enable Profile Corrections … and a lot changes about this image. …
AuthorBryan O'Neil Hughes
- Adjusting photographs in Lightroom
- Using the Develop module
- Fixing white balance and temperature
- Applying HDR adjustments
- Sharpening images
- Making lens corrections
- Fixing perspective
- Retouching images using a brush
- Adjusting clarity and haze
- Applying graduated filters
- Culling photos in Lightroom
- Sharing images
- Using shortcuts in Lightroom
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Edit/Develop Module: Reviewing the Basics
2. The Edit/Develop Module: In Depth
HDR and post6m 24s
3. Edit/Develop Tools
4. Saving Time
5. Lightroom: Beyond the Desktop
6. Beyond Lightroom
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