Straighten images Use the Adaptive Wide Angle filter Photoshop CC


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Straightening images using the Adaptive Wide Angle filter

Although you can use the Upright feature in Camera RAW there might be times like this when you want to take control of your image and selectively correct any of the distortion in it. Before we apply a filter to this image, I want to make sure that I do it in a nondestructive manner. So, i'm going to use the context sensitive menus, so I'm going to control click on the Mac or right mouse click on Windows, and then I'll select convert to Smart Object. By converting this image to a Smart Object, I can now add a smart filter, which will be nondestructive.

Under the Filter menu, I'll select adaptive wide angle. Now I get to control exactly what distortion in the image I want to correct. So say for example I want to make sure that this break wall across the back is perfectly straight. I'm going to click on one side of it. And drag to the right with the Shift key. You can see as I toggle on and off the Shift key, the color of the line is going to go from the d...

Straightening images using the Adaptive Wide Angle filter
Video duration: 5m 28s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Straightening images using the Adaptive Wide Angle filter provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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Photography
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