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Problems with Photoshop's Adaptive Wide Angle ToolTypically you would go to Filter > Adaptive Wide Angle and draw an array of lines. It works (most of the time). It can correct distortions. It's built into Photoshop. But it's a lot of work and if you're not careful you'll get weird wavy anomalies. You most likely need to crop it and sometimes it just won't work on your photo.
Volume Deformation is Easier and FasterVolume Deformation is another technique you can use. You'll find it way easier and faster than the Adaptive Wide Angle. First of all, let me state the downsides of this. It "fishes" your photo slightly and creates slight curvatures around the edge of your photo. It's also not built into Photoshop which means you need to download an add-on for it. So why use it?
1. It fixes perspective. 2. No thinking required. You don't need to do the monotonous work of drawing a bunch of lines. 3. Results are more consistent. 4. You don't need to crop so you get the widest results.