- March 08, 2021
- 8 min to read
How To Use Auto Lens Correction
Why use Luminar?
No need to disable the Lens Correction feature
While Luminar’s Lense Correction tool will fix common problems automatically, the lens correction will only be applied to your images that, in fact, have issues with distortion, chromatic aberration or vignetting. So, those photos that don’t need extra editing won’t be affected at all. Though, if you would like to disable it, rest assured, you can do so anytime. Simply go to Settings and disable the Auto Lens Correction feature.
Fixes common issues automatically
Any issue relating to distortion, chromatic aberration and vignetting can be fixed automatically. As soon as you’ve uploaded your images, it will apply its Lens Correction tools.
Set things straight
If your image has a straight line that appears curved, the lens distortion correction feature can fix it for you to create a well-taken photo.
How does the lens and geometry
With the help of intuitive sliders, you can easily remove imperfections in your photo that resulted from improper camera or lens handling. Depending on whether you opt to work with RAW or standard file formats, you’ll be able to access a wide range of different controls.
For those instances when you’ve created an unartistic vignette effect unintentionally… Use this corrective command to get rid of any darkening at the photo’s edges that was caused by the lens. With the Devignette slider, you get to refine which area should be brighter and which should be darker.
Horizontal and Vertical
When you didn’t shoot at the right angle, you can still fix your image. With these tools, you can adjust the tilts by rotating it. Say goodbye to skewed vertical lines or perspective problems for good.
With a simple drag to the left, you can increase the barrel shape of the lens. When working with wider angle lenses, drag to the right to pinch and compensate. It’s that easy!
If you’re working with RAW files and need to get rid of lens distortion automatically, this is the tool for the job. With a single click of the button, you can automatically remove wide-angle distortions. The result – much prettier portraits.