Buttons and Sliders in the Straighten Section The Straighten Tool is located in the lower part of the Crop and Straighten Tool. Let’s have a look at the buttons and sliders in the Crop and Straighten Tool’s Straighten Section. The Angle Tool looking like a spirit level placed within an old railway station clock on the left side. Don’t let this full circle clock-looking tool mislead you. You can only change the angle of your image between -45˚ and +45˚.
This post was updated on September 3rd, 2020What is Grain? Grain is a small structure of silver halide, the primary photosensitive substance of the analog film, that becomes visible in enlargements. Opposed to the noise of digital photographs, which is a type of visual distortion created by signal enhancements due to high ISO values or positive Exposure correction in post-processing, Grain is a characteristic of analog film. Of course, with the introduction of digital cameras, the Grain created in analog
This post was updated on September 3rd, 2020The Layout of the Effects Panel The Effects Panel consists of two sections, the Vignette, and the Grain section. In the following paragraphs, we look into how to add a Vignette to your photograph, while the next article will teach you how to add Grain with the Effects Panel. Grain and Vignettes do not depend on each other, nor are they opposite concepts. You can, therefore, use the Effects panel to add both
This post was updated on June 26th, 2020What can the Lens Corrections Panel achieve? Have you ever noticed a darkening around the edges of your image? Or have you seen color fringing toward the sides of your photo in the highlights? Maybe you noticed distortion of horizontal or vertical lines that do not run through the center of the frame? These are the things the Lens Corrections Panel can help you remove. Let us start by having a look at