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07/30/2003 06:14:33 PM · #1
Flat horizons. You can use the 'measure' tool to work out how much to rotate a picture to make any line either perfectly vertical or perfectly horizontal.


Here is how //www.pbase.com/gordonmcgregor/rotation

View the larger versions and read the comments for more info.
07/30/2003 06:28:21 PM · #2
Gordon, as one who constantly has problems with this, this is a great tip!

Thankyou!
07/30/2003 06:31:25 PM · #3
Rotating in photoshop is great to correct tilt that went unnoticed when the picture was taken. Another help is to use a grid on the LCD or viewfinder. I know some film cameras (mainly Nikon) have this feature in the viewfinder. I don't know about the DSLRs.
07/30/2003 06:40:11 PM · #4
Nice! I always wasted time trying to figure out the arbitrary angle myself! ThanX :)
07/30/2003 06:41:04 PM · #5
Excellent G!, just tried it, I seem to always be off a bit when I shoot in the vertical mode.
07/30/2003 07:24:44 PM · #6
That is great G. Thanks a whole big bunch.
07/30/2003 08:42:21 PM · #7
Thanks so much for that tip. I just tried it and it works like a charm!
07/30/2003 11:15:28 PM · #8
I tried this on the vertical (straightened my leaning Peace Tower).


Thanks Gordon for putting this mini photoshop tutorial together.
07/31/2003 12:16:03 AM · #9
Great tip, Gordon. As with the best in teaching methods, your tip is presented simply and effectively. Thanks.
07/31/2003 12:54:24 AM · #10
Awesome tip. I never even thought about getting lines perfectly horizontal/vertical until I submitted my first picture here. Such a small detail that makes such a huge difference.
07/31/2003 03:33:46 AM · #11
great tip... I always put a guide on the picture and then rotated the image in a larger frame until it looked 'about right'.. THis is MUCH easier...
07/31/2003 07:33:11 AM · #12
try this link //www.good-tutorials.com/tutorials/2/0
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