What You Is Doing? (A straightening tip)
He was a cute kid standing on the side of the road holding a plastic ball and bat. He saw us riding by on our bicycles and grinned really big. We slowed down to say "hello" and he asked, "What you is doing?".
Well, sometimes I have no idea! That day, of course, I did but we laughed and rode on, letting his parents explain to him about our bike ride.
As for what I'm doing today, I decided to post a tip that probably many already know but I just learned, and it may help someone else.
Keeping (most) images straight is imperative, as we know. Sometimes getting them there is a pain! In Photoshop (I have PS3) the eyedropper tool has a ruler. Use it to draw a line across the area you want to correct. Then go to Image>Rotate Canvas>Arbitrary. Photoshop shows you the amount that needs to be corrected and does it automatically when you click ok. It's a no-brainer! I need a lot of those!
Hope this helps someone, and now if you'll excuse me I have to go and straighten some images---the easy way!
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