December 3, 2022

You’re Two-Clicks Away From Fixing Lens Correction Problems

This is among those things thats so simple to fix, but makes such a huge distinction– specifically if you shoot wide angle lenses a lot (though it assists with longer lenses big time, too. Here are those two clicks:
Above: heres our initial image and you can see the lens concerns– the column on the right is bowing outside; the wall on the left isnt directly, not to point out that the image is uneven.
Lightroom will go to its internal database of lens correction profiles and apply the suitable correction, and now look at the column on the right, and wall on the. KEEP IN MIND: If for some factor it does not automatically find your profile, I did a post about what to do right here.
SECOND CLICK: Then go to the Transform panel (its called the “Geometry” panel in Lightroom cloud variation). and click the Auto button 9as revealed above), whichs generally all you have to do, and you can see what those 2 clicks provided for this image. You can create a Preset for these 2 clicks and have them instantly applied to every image as you import them (heres a link on how to do that).
Hope youll offer this two-click lens correction a shot– I think youll be amazed what a distinction those 2 clicks can make.
– Scott.
P.S. I have a pretty cool little Photoshop tutorial today over at my other blog site. Its a brief video, but its got some actually handy methods in it for cleaning up background from product shots (but youll find other ways to use these techniques). Its over at scottkelby.com.

You’re Two-Clicks Away From Fixing Lens Correction Problems

You’re Two-Clicks Away From Fixing Lens Correction Problems
You’re Two-Clicks Away From Fixing Lens Correction Problems
You’re Two-Clicks Away From Fixing Lens Correction Problems
You’re Two-Clicks Away From Fixing Lens Correction Problems
You’re Two-Clicks Away From Fixing Lens Correction Problems

You’re Two-Clicks Away From Fixing Lens Correction Problems