Ep. 04: How to use perspective correction
In the fourth and final (for now) episode on travel photos, we look at how to use the perspective correction tool in Lightroom. Tourists are often restricted to locations that aren't the best for photographing tall structures. Nor does it help with distortion if you are using a wide angle lens. In this episode, we look at a simple way to fix perspective distortion. I was on baby-sitting duty while shooting the intro, so you get see a glimpse of my little baby boy.
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