Tilt-shift lens vs perspective correction in Photoshop / Lightroom
Using the Lens Correction / Transform tools in Lightroom and Photoshop, you can make quite radical changes to the perspective of a photo. You can change and skew the vertical and horizontal lines easily, and convincingly.
Since it is now much easier to to correct for leaning vertical lines when photographing buildings with a wide-angle lens, I thought it would be a good comparison to use a Tilt-Shift lens and optically correct for the verticals, versus doing so in Photoshop or Lightroom.
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Always busy, the most recent project that I was busy with, was for a client who had asked for a way to show their various commercial properties in a dynamic way. I had to help them show their warehouses and buildings in a non-static interesting way. I suggested time-lapse photography, and they accepted my proposal.
With time-lapse I could create a video clip that is dynamic in a way that isn't possible with stills or even video. Above is a shortened version of the final project.
I have created other time-lapse clips with my Read more inside...