How do you manipulate the area of effect for a lens

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I'm using Photoshop Camera and trying the get the Reverie lens to show more sky in the picture. Upon initial capture, the picture looks great, then most of the effect disappears when you open the image. Is there a way to keep the original look or to manipulate (drag or expand) the area of effect for the lens?

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Hi defaultwklv1wtnk345,

 

Thank you for your question regarding how to manipulate the area of effect for a lens. 

 

You can definitely edit the lens effects and filters to a photo you took or on imported photos. You can use quick fixes like auto-tone and utilize the portrait controls by tapping or swiping of your finger.

 

To learn more about editing your photos with more tools through the Lens Properties, Global Properties, and Photoshop Express (PsX), please visit Apply Photoshop lens effects and filters for more information here: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop-camera/user-guide.html/photoshop-camera/using/lens-effects-edit-ph...

 

Please feel free to share your photo edits here and let us know if you have any further questions. 

 

We would love to see you on social media platforms. Use #PhotoshopCamera when you post, if you'd like us to feature you on our social sites. We look forward to seeing what you create! 

 

Thanks!

Jenny

 

 

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