Join Bryan O'Neil Hughes for an in-depth discussion in this video Correcting automatically based on lens profiles, part of Photoshop Insider Training: Enhancing Photos.
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Every single camera out there has some form of lens artifact.…So whether you're shooting with your iPhone or your DSLR you have …lens distortion which is most prevalent in a wide-angle image where the edges are…really wildly distorted, you have what's called a Chromatic Aberration which is…a very nerdy way of saying color fringing, which will often show up in a backlit…source of the image and you will see like a red or blue fringe to it.…And you have Vignetting which is the natural fallout around the lens, it makes…the corners of the image dark, and Vignetting is very fashionable to add …to an image but it can also be removed, it really is an artifact.…
We have the ability to automatically remove all three of those things in software.…We can do in Camera RAW and we can do in Photoshop.…And so what used to be a very manual process where you had to go in and correct…each of those, can be done by simply clicking a checkbox now.…And in this video I'm going to show you some of the tips and tricks to…
The course begins with an exploration of Photoshop features that make changes to an entire image: the Crop tool, the Auto button that's present in many adjustment dialog boxes, and the Curves panel options. Next, Bryan explores sharpness and blur. Each has its place in a photograph, and Bryan details how the sharpening and blur features work and how to get the most out of them.
The course also looks at adjusting specific areas of an image with the Dodge, Burn, and Sponge tools, and at the growing array of content-aware features in Photoshop, showing how they work and what to do when they don't work. The course concludes with a tour of the powerful Liquify filter, features for correcting lens distortion, and the world of presets that allow you to apply settings with a single click.
- Reinventing the Crop tool
- Rediscovering the Auto button
- Getting the most out of curves
- Understanding Smart Sharpen
- Building blur and softness
- Working with a graphics tablet
- Using Content-Aware Fill, Scale, and Move effectively
- Correcting distortion automatically based on lens profiles
- Using presets