The Nikon D5600 DSLR image you took might not be what you expected. You may want to fix the tilting or distortions in the image. You can correct the errors directly with your Nikon D5600 camera, rather than using another device. This model can easily fix tilting or distorted images. This is the step-by-step procedure:
How to Fix Distorted and Tilted Images on Nikon D5600
Step 1. Selecting The Straighten Tool
You can use the straightener tool to align an image on your Nikon D5600 digital camera. First, locate the option to use the straightener tool on your camera. Once you’ve found it, click it to open. When you choose the straightening tool, you will see a grid. If you need to make any changes to your image, this grid should be used.
Step 2. Rotating The Image Clockwise
You can rotate the image clockwise by using the multi-selector of your Nikon D5600 digital camera. To rotate the image clockwise, select the appropriate multi-selector. You can tap the box at the scale’s right end to see it.
Step 3. Rotating The Image Anticlockwise
To rotate the image clockwise, you will need to use the left multi-selector of your Nikon D5600 camera. You can tap on the box located on the left side or scale.
Step 4. Press OK
You need to be aware that every rotation of the image with the straightener will rotate it by 0.25 degrees. The maximum rotation you can achieve is 5 degrees. Once you are happy with the image’s straighten copy, press the OK button or tap the OK symbol.
Step 5. Opening The Retouch Menu For Distortion Control
The distortion control option can be used to correct barrel distortion and pincushion distortions in your image. First, locate the retouch menu in your Nikon D5600 camera. Once you have found it, click on the icon to open it.
Step 6. Choosing Between Auto And Manual
There are two options for distortion control: auto or manual. You can choose the manual option if you want complete control. To select the manual option, click on it. After clicking on the button, you will see an adjustment scale. This will allow you to correct the distortion.
Step 7. Fixing Barrel And Pincushion Distortion
Once you have a grid visible on your Nikon D5600 you will see a yellow mark. You can correct barrel distortion by moving the yellow marker to the right. To correct pincushion distortion, move the yellow marker to the left.
Step 8. Using The Perspective Control Option
When you take photos of tall structures with your camera, effects such as key-stoning and convergence can occur. This can be fixed with the Nikon D5600’s perspective control feature. You will now be able to see two scales after selecting this option. To make the object in your image moves towards or away from you, you will need to shift the marker on the vertical scale. To rotate horizontally the image, move the marker at the bottom scale.
If you want to apply all of these effects, it is important to not constrain your subject. These tools can crop and expand the area to correct distortions in your image. If you use these tools correctly on your Nikon D5600, you won’t lose any important parts of your edited image.