Deconstructing the Lens Correction controls


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Deconstructing the Lens Correction controls

I always find that before I use a tool or control that it's helpful to deconstruct that tool or control in order to really understand what's happening. That's what we're going to do here. We're going to focus in on the Lens Corrections panel, and I want to deconstruct how Lens Vignetting as well as Chromatic Aberration Corrections actually work. Here we're going to focus in on Lens Vignetting. Now, you notice that we have two controls: Amount and Midpoint. What's interesting is that we can use these controls to either enhance our photographs or to make corrections.

One of the things that we could do would be to darken the edges of our photograph. We could do that by clicking on the slider and dragging to the left or dragging towards the darker over here. You'll notice that's it's lighter on the right-hand side. So when we add a negative amount, here we have this darkening effect showing up around the perimeter of the photograph. Now, if we want that e...

Deconstructing the Lens Correction controls
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Deconstructing the Lens Correction controls provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5 for Photographers: Camera Raw 6

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Photography
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Photoshop Camera Raw
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