Now I press command T to be able to move each corner and stretch the photo to get rid of the distortion and make sure that tree is the right size:
If you want to go faster in your retouch you can reduce the size of the photo but you will not get the best quality photo.
Now I go to edit> fill> content-aware and OK. So now I am forcing the software to provide texture only from the water, it gave me a better result:
Next we are going to expand the pixels of the photo to fill the missing part of the sky so I go to Select> Modify> Expand:
When you receive this message you can just click on continue sometimes when you use the lens correction it lose some pixels on the edges, no big deal:
1: Absence of readout noise and dark current in PILATUS hybrid pixel detectors. Images of a single PILATUS module without exposure to an X-ray source with ...
... going to add 2 pixels and it is going to make a nicer selection. So I am happy with this selection on red so now let's view it on a black background:
The Grundium OCUS will aid quicker diagnosis of patients for clinicians, as it removes the need for slides to be physically sent from the clinic to the lab ...
The photos look pretty comparable at this resolution, don't they? So let's zoom in on a 150x150 pixel view of each: