Straightening an image


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Straightening an image

Here we have this interesting photograph that I captured on a recent trip to Hawaii. While I really like the perspective and the composition and the color and the tones, there's a problem, right? The horizon isn't level. Well, let's take a look at how we can quickly and easily fix that. Well, the first thing that I want to do is I want to open up my rulers so I can bring a guide to help me determine how far off this is. Sometimes guides will do that for us. They'll get us familiar with our image, so that we can see yeah, this is a problem.

And we need to fix it. Well, first what we need to do is open up our rulers or view our rulers. We can do so by way of a shortcut. On a Mac, that shortcut is Command+ R for Ruler. PC, Ctrl+R. All right. Well, once you have your rulers visible, simply hover over them. Click-and-drag and bring out a guide. This is just showing me, yup, this is not level at all. No problem. I can fix that. Now, you don't always need to show your rulers or d...

Straightening an image
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Straightening an image provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5 for Photographers

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