Discussion in 'Photoshop Challenges' started by Parker219, Nov 5, 2012.
Parker, you owe unpopular. Pay the man!
Woah, how did you fix this?
There should be a lot of 5 Yr olds that want to buy it now.Err Old thread.
Like most things in Photoshop, there are a variety of ways to get something done. To correct perspective like this, my go-to tool is the Custom tab in the Lens Correction Filter.
Another way is to hit CTRL + T (Command +T on a Mac) to go into Transform, then hold down the CTRL Key (Command Key on a Mac) while dragging the corner handles wherever you want to straighten it out. This could leave barrel or pincushion distortion, if there was any to begin with, which would still need to be dealt with, whereas that can be dealt with at the same time in the Lens Correction Filter. But if distortion's not a problem, Transform is generally a lot faster and somewhat more intuitive, especially if you lay down some guides first to help.
I did this one in lightroom. This is the natural sky as it was. I just used the brush dropped the exposure added more lowered the tone and made the existing clouds a bit whiter. This is just what I would have done with what I have. I also added a little more shadow and darks and did a little bit to the lawn.
just buy yourself a gradient filter man....
old thread long dead.
Just wanted to try this. I am a newbie
... . wow.
again with the revival of dead threads....geez. this one has now come back twice, maybe even 3 times now I'm not exactly sure...
My threads never die, they just go to sleep for a while!
Back for the 5th time.
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