Lightroom series part 21: Correcting lens and perspective distortions in Lightroom

Lightroom tutorial perspective correction
(Image credit: Sean McCormack)

Architecture and cityscapes are fantastic things to photograph. Often you’re shooting them in tight spaces, though, which means you’re forced to point the camera up in the air. This makes the parallel lines of a building converge in, and looks odd at the best of times.

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Sean McCormack

Sean McCormack is a commercial, and editorial photographer, book author, and regular contributor to Digital Camera magazine based in Galway, Ireland. He has extensive experience with Lightroom, dating back to its original beta version, and has tried out just about every plugin and preset available. His latest book is Essential Development 3: 25 Tips for Lightroom Classic’s Develop Module