Excerpted from How Do I Do That In Photoshop by Scott Kelby With your image opened in Camera Raw, you can easily get rid of this keystoning effect. Click on the Lens Corrections icon (it’s the sixth one from the left) under the histogram, click on the Manual tab, and then click-and-drag the Vertical slider to the left until the building looks straight (it stops looking like it’s leaning). There’s an automated method, too: click on the Profile tab, and turn on the Enable Lens Profile Corrections checkbox (as seen in the inset. Your lens make and model should appear...Read More
Backscreened photos are often seen in wedding albums, where an image appears faintly in the background, so you can put easily readable text over that image (usually other “full strength” images as well). Here’s how to get the effect in both Photoshop and Lightroom.Read More
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