Auto-straightening a photograph


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Auto-straightening a photograph

In previous versions of Photoshop, it really used to take a couple of minutes to explain how to crop and straighten your photographs. Well now, because of a new feature in Photoshop CS5, this is literally going to take just a couple of seconds. So, let's go ahead and jump right in. Well, one of the things that we're going to do first is we're going to navigate over to our Tools panel and here we'll go ahead and click and hold on the Eyedropper, and then we'll select the Ruler tool. The next step is to click and drag across something that we think should be straight or level. Now this could be a building that's running vertically, or in this case, it could be the horizon line.

So, again, whatever the orientation - vertically or horizontally - simply click and drag across that particular area. Now you want to make sure to get this just right and in this case, I have it traveling just right along that horizon line. Now from here, all that we need to do is just simply cli...

Auto-straightening a photograph
Video duration: 1m 37s 2h 45m Intermediate

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Auto-straightening a photograph provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop and Bridge CS5 for Photographers New Features

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Photography
Software:
Bridge Photoshop
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