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Perspective Control

Having the ability to adjust vertical and horizontal lines in an image, similar to what the new tool in Lightroom does.

8 comments on “Perspective Control”

  1. On July 8, 2016 at 6:50 pm Adele Lim wrote:

    I don’t have the latest version of lightroom so I am not sure what is in there for perspective. Currently if I need to adjust, i need to open in photoshop to transform the image and then make adjustment so that it will look more balanced.

    Hope RAW will have this added in.

  2. On July 13, 2016 at 7:10 am Robert Shrader wrote:

    I currently use DxO ViewPoint for this function. Would be extremely helpful if this function were included in Photo RAW

  3. On July 30, 2016 at 7:01 am Colin Boyland wrote:

    If a tool like this, that works as well as in Lr CC 2015, were available it would be great, particularly for Streetscapes/Architectural images

  4. On September 5, 2016 at 7:34 am Mike Sage wrote:

    As an architectural photographer this is paramount. Would like to have a “one stop” software.

  5. On November 22, 2016 at 8:19 am Gordon Dixon wrote:

    A very important feature for not only architectural photography but for travel photos generally.
    The new tool in Lightroom is impressive but I would not like to be without the perspective transform tool in Photoshop. Depending on the out-of-perspective problem and the objective of the straightening either one or the other tool would be better.
    For me this is the most frequent reason I have to go out of Photo10 and back.

    1. On November 24, 2016 at 8:39 am Gordon Dixon replied:

      I wrote the above the day before I received the preview release of Photo RAW. The first thing to say is that the transform tool included in RAW looks very useful and probably more than adequate for a large proportion of situations. It is also easy to understand and to use. Well done the RAW Team!!!
      I have tried it on a ‘difficult’ image and it does a fair job (considering the angles on the image). I then tried what Photoshop could do with the same image and I was more satisfied with the result. However this is possibly not a fair comparison because this is a preview release version of RAW and I am not sure whether the lens corrections are factored in yet or whether the tool is the final version.
      What I will do is wait until I have the December 19 version of Raw and then make a comparison of what I can achieve with RAW, Photoshop and Lightroom for an image like this. I will send my findings and comments to the RAW Team.
      Happy Thanksgiving to you guys in Portland – you deserve a break after the effort you have put into Photo RAW!

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