Straighten photos Photoshop Elements 10


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Straightening photos

When you are shooting without a tripod it can be difficult to keep your camera level, and sometimes you'll end up with a horizon line or some other horizontal or vertical element that just isn't straight in the photo. That's okay, because you can use to Straighten tool in the Full Photo Edit workspace to level everything out. The Straighten tool is located here in the toolbar. With that tool selected, I'm going to leave the options at their defaults in particular I'm going to leave the Canvas Option set to Grow or Shrink Canvas to Fit, because I want to show you a problem with that option and how you can fix it.

There is only one layer in this file if I had multiple layers I be sure to select the layer that I wanted to straighten and make sure that rotate all layers was checked here. I will move into the image with the Straighten tool and I'm going to click right on the horizon line and I'm just going to drag a short way along the horizon line, when I release ...

Straightening photos
Video duration: 2m 35s 11h 4m Beginner

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Straightening photos provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 10 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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