Making perspective adjustments on a photograph usually impacts the whole thing, but that’s not always ideal. What if you want to keep your foreground perspective the same and only fix a small piece of your shot? This short tutorial shows you how to do just that.
This simple Photoshop trick was posted by Blake Rudis over at f64 Academy. In 8 minutes, he’ll show you how to do manually what Photoshop can’t seem to do automatically. When lens adjustments fail you, keep this selective warping trick up your sleeve: