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Lightroom hack #10: Correcting perspective corrections! | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker

I use Lightroom’s Upright tool all the time. Converging verticals are fine if that’s what you intended as a creative effect, but usually skewed buildings just look amateurish.

Lightroom’s Transform panel has everything you need to fix perspective issues, including converging verticals, converging horizontals or both at the same time. You can do this manually but, as often as not, Lightroom’s auto perspective adjustments are smart enough to do it for you.

Lightroom’s automatic vertical corrections have done their job – I guess – but I don’t like this building’s height or the image crop. (Image credit: Rod Lawton)

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But not this time. The automatic vertical correction has worked, but the building now looks artificially elongated vertically and almost ‘overcorrected’. This is one of the issues with correcting tall buildings. You almost have to leave in just a little convergence for the human eye to accept the perspective. 


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