Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Remove distortion with Lens Correction, part of Photoshop: Automation.
Inherently all images have distortion caused by the camera lens.…It can be chromatic aberration or a slight…bending at the edges due to a wide-angle lens.…Fortunately, Photoshop keeps an extensive database that it shares with…Light Room and Adobe Camera Raw to process these images.…And remove some of the imperfections that are inherent and essentially all lenses.…These are built by specific profiles for specific…cameras and lens combinations, and when you apply…them, it's surprising how much better the image looks.…
However, a lot of users don't use this because they find it slow…to remember to do it on each image, but this command can be batched.…Let's open up an image here to take a look for a second.…And I just want to illustrate what's happening with lens correction.…So Filter > Lens correction, and if…I tell it to correct the geometric distortion, you see…that it recognizes this was shot on a Nikon lens.…You also can get more specific with exactly…which camera body was used Or which type…of lens it was shot with and that…
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- Loading actions
- Creating a custom action
- Assigning keyboard shortcuts to actions
- Creating a droplet for an action
- Performing quick lens corrections
- Automating merging to HDR Pro
- Creating event-based scripts
- Working with layers more efficiently with actions
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Understanding Actions
2. Automate Commands
3. Using Scripts
4. Saving Time with Adobe Bridge
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