I’m currently on vacation on the island of Maui. Each time I come to the Islands I hope to get a chance to shoot the Milky Way from atop Haleakala, weather and moon permitting. Well once again, it hasn’t worked out because I’m here during a full moon phase. I decided to make the best […]
I really like some of the new features in Photoshop CS6, it seems like when you think Adobe can’t make Photoshop any better, they do. I have found the Adaptive Wide Angle filter very useful for a lot of my images of architecture, both interiors and exteriors. Since I don’t own a tilt-shift lens, my photos of architecture end up with converging walls and tilted buildings because the lens isn’t level vertically and horizontally. In the past I used the Lens correction feature, the Transform tool and Puppet Warp, to correct the horizontal and vertical issues, but those didn’t always work out as well as I would have liked. With the new adaptive wide angle filter, it’s very easy to fix all of those issues.
Check out the video where I go through how to correct an image of a church in Budapest using this great new feature. This is my first video tutorial, so I’d like some feedback for future videos.
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