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Hey, what's up? Robert here with another Photoshop tutorial from Robertsproductions.net and in this tutorial I'm going to show you how to straighten up your crooked photos in Photoshop. Now if only this will work on gay guys.
Now let say you went vacation and you took a crooked photo how could you. Well, I already concluded that the sun’s raise where so powerful that they reflected off your cameras LCD screen and into your eye so you couldn’t see very good and so you just took the picture and it was all crooked. So we want to make this straight in Photoshop using the very quick and easy simple technique and we’re going to use the ruler tool.
So we have to find here and it’s under the eyedropper tools. So if you click and hold on that you'll find the ruler tool right there, so we’re going to select is and then we’re going to zoom in here and we’re going to find the crooked line that need some straightening so these buildings and these some top building right here, click and hold and drag and just try to follow the line just like that, let go, zoom out and it doesn’t matter how big or how long or how small the selection is. And then we’re going to go to image rotation or obituary and then leave all of these settings the same they're automatically created by that line that you put there and then click okay and boom!
The image rotated, now it's straight, wow! So now we can go to the crop tool and crop it out. And bring this inch just a little bit and make it a little bit higher and it looks pretty good than hit enter or return if you are on the Mac. So there you have it, a straight photo in Photoshop. I hope this helped. I'm Robert from Roberts Productions and until next time. Take care!