Sunday, March 20, 2011


Tip #79. Have you ever tried to take a picture of something like a painting on a wall and had it come out looking skewed? It might look like it is leaning back against the wall instead of hanging flat. To correct this, use the crop tool, but click the Perspective check box in the Options bar after you draw your shape. You can then drag the corners of the bounding box to line up with the edges of the frame. When you complete the Crop, the area you selected will crop and straighten to have square corners. Photoshop will adjust the perspective and it won’t look distorted.

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