October 5th, 2015
John McBay has just released a new chapter in the video series, Image Editing for Real Estate Photography. The title of Chapter 31 is “Correcting Problems with Perspective”. This chapter deals with correcting perspective problems in exterior images. It is available now to those who have purchased the complete video series. Note, this content is not in John’s e-book of the same name, only the video series.
Click here or on the image to the right to watch a brief overview video of the new chapter.
Perspective distortion becomes a problem when one portion of the image is either unrealistically larger or smaller in relation to other parts of the image or when the shape of parts of the image are unrealistically distorted.
As in all of the video chapters, before the actual editing takes place, there is an in depth explanation of the causes of Perspective Distortion and how to avoid it. John shows several examples of different style houses where perspective problems can be eliminated or at least diminished depending on the direction from which the house is shot.
During the editing section, images of three homes with significant perspective distortion issues are corrected. Every step of the editing process is explained in detail. John explains which tools to use and which to avoid. The necessary tool parameters are explained for each tool used.
Click here or on the link at the top of the page (Image Editing for Real Estate Photography – the video series) to get additional information about the video series or to purchase it.