Reduce exaggerated distortion Photoshop CS6


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Reducing exaggerated distortion

Here I want to build upon what we already know about the Lens Correction Filter and take a look at now how we can use the automatic and custom adjustments together and also how we can add some of our own adjustments after the fact inside of Photoshop. We'll be working with this photograph here which I captured of one of my neighbors' house. It was all decked out for the holidays and there is some fisheye distortion because I was using a fisheye lens. Let's see if we can remove some of that or perhaps take some of that out. First, let's copy our Background layer.

We can do this by clicking and dragging to the New layer icon or you can press Command+J on a Mac or Ctrl+J on Windows. Let's name that layer corrections. Next, we'll go to the Filter pulldown menu and here we'll choose Lens Correction. We're going to start off in the Auto Correction tab. If the file that you have has data embedded in its metadata about how it was captured, this can help out Photoshop....

Reducing exaggerated distortion
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Reducing exaggerated distortion provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers

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