How to Use Adaptive Wide Angle Filter in Photoshop

In this video we will be learning how to use the Adaptive Wide Angle Filter in Adobe Photoshop, which is a great tool to correct distortions that are caused when you are using a wide angle lens.

These distortions appear mainly on things that are supposed to be straight, like buildings and the horizon. Using this filter, you will be able to straighten out things with just a few clicks.

For instance, in the shot shown in this video, I had used the Tokina 11-16mm f2.8. This filter will recognize this lens and the tool will work in accordance with the distortion that this particular lens causes.

Here is the video:

This video is from our Photoshop for Beginners course, which has 20 videos and 4.5 hours of content. You can access the full course via Udemy, using the link below:

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