7. Reframing, Retouching, and Recomposing Images
For some photos, you’ll need to deal with image flaws other than color or lighting problems. A picture that was taken hurriedly might be spoiled by being tilted or poorly composed, and even a technically perfect exposure can be diminished by an extraneous object that clutters an otherwise striking composition, by dust or water spots on the lens, or by blemishes on a portrait subject’s skin.
In this lesson, you’ll learn a range of techniques for cropping, retouching, and rearranging the composition of such flawed images:
• Using the Crop tool to re-frame an image
• Correcting perspective distortion
• Creating a photo border
• Improving the impact of an ...