Lightroom Tutorial: Lens Vignette and Distortion Correction Using Lens Profiles

Lightroom Tutorial: Lens Vignette and Distortion Correction Using Lens Profiles

This is a Lightroom Tutorial on how to automatically fix lens distortion and vignetting using the automatic correction feature based on lens profiles. — YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com TWITTER: www.twitter.com FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com CAMCRUNCH: www.camcrunch.com — All Rights Reserved. CAMCRUNCH videos are filmed and editted with Canon EOS 5D Mark II DSLR Canon EF 24-105 f/4 IS L Canon EF 50 f/1.8 Canon EF 17-40 F/4 L Zoom H1 Recorder CamerCanon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS Apple MacBook Pro 15 inch i5 Adobe Premier Pro AKG Perception 220 Condenser Microhpone Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 Audio Interface Lightroom Tutorial: Vignette and Distortion Correction Using Presets Lightroom Tutorial: Vignette and Distortion Correction Using Presets Lightroom Tutorial: Vignette and Distortion Correction Using Presets Lightroom Tutorial: Vignette and Distortion Correction Using Presets

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7 responses to “Lightroom Tutorial: Lens Vignette and Distortion Correction Using Lens Profiles”

  1. CamCrunch says:

    Yup, I have been fortunate enough to´╗┐ have traveled to some amazing places. (:

  2. hallyutwfan says:

    As a photography and Adobe Photoshop noob, I find these tutorials very very helpful! ­čÖé Well done!

    P.S. I’ve seen just a few of your vids so far and I’ve noticed that you’re a very well traveled person. One picture was in Spain. Another,´╗┐ in Bali. And this one in Japan! Wow.

  3. CamCrunch says:

    Lightroom Tutorial: Lens Vignette and Distortion Correction Using Lens Profiles´╗┐

  4. Adriano Ranieri says:

    Loving these LR tuts- this´╗┐ was super helpful, been meaning to try the lens correction

  5. CamCrunch says:

    Glad´╗┐ it helped!

  6. CamCrunch says:

    Thanks!´╗┐

  7. UnityFoto says:

    I just started using this today when i came over it´╗┐ in a image i took with the 17-40 which was really distorted. Thnx

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