I am trying to keep from breaking the first rule that I see commented on over and over. Watching my verticals. I am not the photographer for this work, they were actually taken by my mom, who is my "student." Needless to say, the teacher isn't doing so good.
I am trying to do some PP on them to help out. I know it is kind of like trying to make wine from grapes overnight. I am still trying to convince her to take a tripod and do a few steps in the beginning, and it will create a better photo later. She is just as stubborn as most agents not willing to pay for photography.
Through the past posts in the thread I have learned to use Filter - Distort - Len Correction. By learn, I mean I can find it on the menus
I am using Photoshop CS4.
Will someone care to share their workflow on how to correct the verticals? Do I start with "Remove Distortion" then rotate the angle to straighten the left or right, and then "Transform"?
Or should I transform, remove distortion, adjust angle?
Or is it just play with it until I get as close as possible and then go with it?
Any help is appreciated. Here are my before and afters...
I compare my photography to my golf game. It only takes a couple of good shots to get me to try again.
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