Straightening


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Straightening

If a photo is crooked, it can be disconcerting to you and to your viewers. Sometimes it's just hard to hold your camera straight or if you are scanning a printed photo on a flatbed scanner, it's particularly hard to get a straight photo. But don't worry. You can straighten things up in Photoshop as I'll show you here. First, I'd like to use the Ruler tool to straighten an image. The Rule tool is located in the toolbox behind the Eyedropper tool. I'm going to select it here, and then I'll come into my image and I'm going to find something that I think should be straight.

It's pretty clear in this case that that should be the horizon here. So I'm going to click on the horizon. Holding my mouse down, I'm just going to drag this Rule tool over, and release. It doesn't matter exactly where you release either. Then I'm going to go to the Image menu at the top of the screen and choose Image Rotation > Arbitrary. When I do that, Photoshop tell...

Straightening
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Straightening provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop CS4 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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