Photoshop CS6’s Lens Correction Filter fixes distortions caused by the camera lens. Choose Filter→Lens Correction. In the dialog box, you find Auto Correction and Custom tabs. Make it easy and try the Auto Corrections or move right to the Custom settings and manually make corrective adjustments.
What is lens Correction in photo editing?
The Lens correction tool fixes lens issues such as distortion, vignette, and perspective. Since each lens is uniquely designed, the lens corrections are applied depending upon your lens model.
How do I fix a distorted image in Photoshop?
Luckily there’s a simple solution for correcting this distortion in Photoshop: the Lens Correction filter. Open the distorted image as usual in Photoshop. Then, under the Filter menu, choose the Lens Correction option. The Lens Correction window then opens up with the Auto Correction tab active.
Should I enable lens corrections?
To sum up, the majority of your images will probably benefit from applying a lens correction profile. Sometimes you may want to leave the distortion and vignetting in place for artistic purposes, but that shouldn’t be a common practice.
How do you correct lens correction in Camera Raw?
Click the nested Manual tab of the Lens Corrections tab of the Camera Raw dialog box. Drag to the right to correct barrel distortion and straighten lines that bend away from the center. Drag to the left to correct pincushion distortion and straighten lines that bend toward the center.
Can you fix lens distortion in Photoshop?
Using lens profiles, the default Auto Correction option quickly and accurately fixes distortion. For proper automatic correction, Photoshop requires Exif metadata that identifies the camera and lens that created the image, and a matching lens profile on your system. Choose Filter > Lens Correction.