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Using Upright In Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw

June 24, 2015

Often when we take images of structures we get this effect that makes it look like it’s falling backwards. In Lightroom 5 and later and Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) 8 and later there’s some settings that can really help. For this explanation I’ll take a look at the settings in Lightroom CC, its exactly the same in ACR however. [More]

Auto Correct Verticals and Horizontals in ACR 8 and Lightroom 5

October 14, 2013

In this video I take a look at a brand new feature to ACR 8 and Lightroom 5. With just one click ACR will correct the vertical and horizontal perspectives of your image. This works great for all kinds of images but especially architecture, with this feature your buildings will no longer “lean backwards”. [More]

Speed your scanning workflow in Photoshop

October 4, 2011

If you’re like me, you probably have stacks of old photographs sitting around in the “to be scanned” queue. In fact, you may, like me, have additional piles from family and friends in the same [More]

Straighten Your Photos with Photoshop

September 16, 2011

If your photos are unintentionally crooked, they can look very distracting. There’s lots of contributing factors including a crooked tripod, shooting handheld, or just an uneven surface. But [More]

Straightening With Lens Correction

March 17, 2010

I’ve gotten quite a lot of questions, lately, about straightening photos. When it comes to old photos, especially those taken outside, without benefit of a tripod, you’re going to, [More]