Correct for lens distortion Photoshop CS6


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Correcting for lens distortion

Over the course of this project we're going to take this portrait shot, which has some great composition in my opinion, but is a little bit flat in terms of the contouring, so in another words, his face is lit from straight on and ends up washing out a little bit. And we're going to give it some more volume; we're going to give it some more depth in order to come up with this final effect here. I should say this image once again hails from the Fotolia Image Library, about which you can learn more and get discounts by the way at fotolia.com/deke. Now the first thing we need to do is correct for the Lens Distortion that's associated with this image.

Notice if I switch back to the original, not only is the image crooked so it's leaning down into the right, but his head is leaning in the opposite direction, almost as if it is skewed, which means once we straighten the image, he's going to look more crooked than ever. Also, notice that the right half of his ...

Correcting for lens distortion
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Correcting for lens distortion provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design
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Photoshop Camera Raw
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