What are the adjustment bars in the "I hate I" commercial with the skyscrapers?

New Here ,
Jun 20, 2020

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In a Photoshop commercial that's popped up on YouTube in the last few days, the photographer keeps saying "I hate it" as he makes adjustments with long vertical lines, with large circles at the ends. What is that tool?

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Jun 20, 2020

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Hi

Sounds like the spot removal tool in Camera Raw

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I believe they are using the Camera Raw Filter > Transform tool. Here is a link to a basic tutorial on using it https://youtu.be/1ZaDdGStzY8

In this Photoshop Tutorial, you will learn to fix perspective distortions with Camera RAW's Automatic Upright. The Transform tool in Camera RAW gives you lot...

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