Correcting perspective


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Correcting perspective

One thing you might not necessarily think of as being image cleanup is correcting for distortion caused by your position relative to a subject. In other words, perspective correction. When you're photographing a subject such as a building that's considerably taller than you, or where you're just at a little bit of an odd angle. One of the first things you'll want to do when you're capturing the image is to make sure you leave a little bit of room for the corrections that you apply later. For example you can see on either side of this church I've left a little bit of extra space, I've also left space above and below the church. I'm not terribly concerned about the overall composition. I'd probably crop a little bit off the bottom, perhaps a little bit off the top. But mostly I cropped a little bit loose in camera so that I have more room for my correction.

Because the transformations we'll apply are destructive. By virtue of the fact t...

Correcting perspective
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Correcting perspective provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CS6 Image Cleanup Workshop

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