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Technique for fixing tilted light poles

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Johnnydao
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Message posted at 09/02/2012, 02:23:29 AM by Johnnydao
This is my first time posting a trick in Photoshop section. I hope it's ok to post a link to my video on how to straighten out tilted light poles using photoshop.

Straighten out tilted light poles

Most of us knows that shooting with a wide angle lens tends to distort an image. With this quick technique, you can fix those light poles or trees that are tilted. Below is a quick summary on how it's done.

1.) Use the Rectangular Marque Tool (M) and make a selection around the light pole.
2.) With the Marque selected, copy the selection to a new layer Cmd+J (Ctrl+J).
3.) Transform the selection of the new layer Cmd+T (Ctrl +T).
4.) Press and hold down Shift+Cmd (Shift+Ctrl) and move the top, center transformation control to the left or right.
5.) Press Enter to accept the changes.

I hope this helps!
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Deniskelly
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Message posted at 09/02/2012, 06:52:10 AM by Deniskelly
Excellent - really useful blog! Thanks.


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Afagundes
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Message posted at 09/02/2012, 11:09:07 AM by Afagundes
Thanks for the tip Jonnydao
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Bobbrooky
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Message posted at 09/02/2012, 11:49:34 AM by Bobbrooky
Very well presented tip Johnnydao, clear, concise and really useful. May I also say the video is excellent, well done and thanks.
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Parkinsonsniper
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Message edited at 09/04/2012, 05:08:18 AM by Parkinsonsniper
Actually when you select and transform the selected area, the layer below will be visible and you should clone that area too, especially if there is a complicated background. Reviewers will easily see the visible background and they will probably reject the submission.
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