I put together a video Christmas Card this year, and I thought I’d pass it along on the blog. It’s too big to post here, but you can get to it by clicking on the link below. It’s a time lapse made from 440 photos in about 1:20. Enjoy!
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One thing I’ve really become obsessed with lately is correcting the perspective of my images in Photoshop, especially for architectural images. My primary wide-angle lens is the Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5. It’s a fine lens with great optics, but it does give quite a bit of distortion, which is especially noticeable when you are dealing with the straight lines of a building. So I thought I’d throw together a little tutorial on how I manage some of that distortion, and come up with something corrected, almost like you’d see from a professional architectural tilt/shift lens. You can follow along below:
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