By Lauren Harmon | Tuesday, May 27, 2014
When you’re forced to shoot in a tight corner or at an awkward angle, your photos are often warped. That’s the case with a photo Deke took of a board game mid-play. Since he couldn’t exactly suspend himself in midair, he took a photo from above while standing slightly beside the table. Luckily, he knew he could fix the image in post. You too can remove warped perspective using a little-known but highly regarded tool in Photoshop: Perspective Crop. Watch the free video to learn how to put your photos back on the straight and narrow.
Want to learn more? lynda.com members should visit Deke’s page to learn how to reduce the effects of camera shake in a photo. And everybody should come back next week for a new free video that shows you how to get rid of reflective glare.
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