Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Compensating for lens vignetting, part of Photoshop CC Raw Workshop.
When you want to compensate for lens vignetting, or a darkening of the edges …caused by light falloff, which is typical with wide-angle lenses for example, …you'll want to employ the Lens Corrections adjustment. …And in many cases, the automatic adjustment for vignetting will be all you need. …But sometimes, you might want to take things a little bit further. …Let's take a look at how we can exercise some additional control over that lens …vignetting correction. I'll start by going to the Lens …Corrections tab in Adobe Camera Raw, and in this case, I need to use the profile …tab so that I can access the lens profile corrections option.…
I'll turn on the Enable Lens Profile Corrections check box so that we can …apply an adjustment to the image. In this case, Adobe Camera Raw wasn't …able to determine automatically the profile that should be used, and so I …will specify that the make of the camera was Canon and that takes care of it actually. …It was now able to determine from metadata which particular lens was used. …
- Opening raw captures
- Setting Camera Raw preferences
- Zooming and panning
- Processing multiple images
- Image rotation, cropping, and straightening
- White balance and tonal adjustments
- Sharpening and noise reduction
- Split toning
- Compensating for lens vignetting
- Focused adjustments
Skill Level Beginner
1. Adobe Camera Raw Overview
2. Basic Adjustments
3. Advanced Adjustments
4. Focused Adjustments
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