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Chapter 8. Modern Problems: Dealing with... > Repairing Problems Caused by the Len... - Pg. 228

The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Repairing Problems Caused by the Lens Problem One: Perspective Distortion Step One: The first problem we're going to tackle is some perspective distortion. In the example shown here, the bases of the buildings look smaller than the tops In Photoshop CS2, Adobe introduced a new filter that is pretty much a "one-stop-shop" for repairing the most common problems caused by the camera's lens, including pincushion and barrel distortion, horizontal and vertical perspective problems, chromatic aberrations, and vignetting. Before CS2, you could only fix chromatic aberrations and vignetting if you were shooting RAW, because the fixes only appear in Camera Raw, but now you can apply these quick fixes on JPEG images as well.