HomeEditingFixing Perspective Issues with Corner PinLIGHTAUTO NEXT 00 Please login to vote. Sign In PREV VIDEO NEXT VIDEO MORE VIDEOS Pulling a Green Key with Something Green in the Shot (AE Tutorial) Editing to the Beat – the One Frame Trick Addendum! The One Frame Trick (Now Rectified for YouTube) The Editing Techniques of THE BATMAN The Marching Band Trick to Steadier Handheld Moving Shots Fixing Perspective Issues with Corner Pin The Fundamentals of Tilt Shift Lenses Why are Anamorphic Bokeh Oval Lighting Tip: Shoot the Fill Side (Just One Thing) Why Yellow Is So Common for TV Graphics Fixing Perspective Issues with Corner Pin John P. Hess Subscribe Subscribed 0 153 videos 0% 1.96K Views 0 Likes September 24, 2020 EditingJust One ThingVideos By John P. Hess 0 Comments Consider becoming a patron on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/FilmmakerIQ This is a quick tip about using the Corner Pin effect to fix little issues perspective issues that pop up when shooting. (Visited 1959 times, 1 visits today) Show more Corner PinPerspectivePerspective IssuesPremiere ProPremiere Pro Tutorial PREV The Marching Band Trick to Steadier Handheld Moving Shots John P. Hess September 5, 2020 NEXT The Fundamentals of Tilt Shift Lenses John P. Hess October 28, 2020 You Might Be Interested In 0 What is a Normal Lens John P. Hess January 11, 2023 0 A 24fps Filmmaker Reacts to Avatar 2 in “HFR” John P. Hess December 27, 2022 0 The History of 20th Century Fox | THE STUDIOS John P. Hess February 6, 2022 0 Why You Don’t Need to Record in 32 Bit Float…. John P. Hess January 8, 2022 0 What is the Optimal Sampling Rate for Audio? (It’s All About the Aliasing) John P. Hess September 4, 2021 0 The Surprising Origins of Digital Audio Sampling Rates John P. Hess August 5, 2021 0 The Basics of Setting a Multicamera Stream John P. Hess April 5, 2021 0 Why Yellow Is So Common for TV Graphics John P. Hess March 15, 2021 LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.