Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Profile-based lens corrections, part of Photoshop: Raw Workshop (2013).
The lenses we use with our digital camera's, by their very nature, bend the …light as least a little bit, but some lenses bend the light more then others. …For example, an extreme wide angle lense, causes a tremendous amount of bending. …We're taking a very wide field of view, and bending that light so that it fits …down into the lens barrel, and onto the image sensor. …The result can be a little bit of distortion in the overall image. …In Adobe Camera Raw, provides a profile based approach for compensating for the …behavior of specific lenses. Let's take a look at an example.…
This photograph of Horseshoe Bend, was captured with an extremely wide angle lens. …A 10 millimeter lens, the equivalent of a 16 millimeter lens for a 35 millimeter camera. …And so, we have a bit of distortion. You can see the perspective is obviously …a bit unique, but there's also a little bit of apparent warping, as it were, …within the photo. If I switched to the lens corrections …section of the Adobe Camera Raw Adjustments, you'll see that I have a …
- 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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