Saturday, October 19, 2013
Before and After
Here's the result of some of my first Photoshop experiments with removing distortion. The photo above is unedited, and as you can see, some of the lines -- the left side of the doorframe, for example, or the line where the building meets the sidewalk -- show a slight curve. That's the result of the lens.
Here's the corrected version, where the lines look straight, like they are (more or less) in real life. Some could use additional straightening -- like the mullions in the window -- but my skills haven't progressed that far! I also removed that obnoxious web address below the window. Unfortunately it looks a little blurry in this resolution on the blog -- but click it for a clearer image.
Contrary to what I said yesterday, I did check out a book from the library about Photoshop. Light weekend reading!