Straighten the Horizon in your Digital Images using Photoshop

Greetings to all…

Is the horizon in your digital image not straight? If not, It can be very distracting. Here’s an easy way to straighten it in Photoshop:

A) Choose the “Ruler Tool” (It’s called the “Measure tool” in CS2 and earlier) – To access, click the “Hidden Tool Triangle” in your Toolbox under the “Eyedropper Tool”.

B) Draw a line along your horizon.

C) Go to the “Image” menu, choose “Rotate Canvas”, choose “Arbitrary…”, leave the number alone, and click “OK”.

Viola! Your horizon is now straight! By the way, this technique works equally well if you need to straighten vertically, such as architectural photography.

Got any neat tricks that you would like to share?

Cheers,

John 🙂

Test Targets for Digital Printing Evaluation

Howdy to all!

Here are links to pages where you can download test targets – I’m very partial to the Photodisc Target myself…

These are great for evaluating your printer’s output and how it compares to your monitor, among other things – Enjoy!

Inkjetart.com

Dry Creek Photo

Colormanagement.com

So, do you know of others you like? Let me know!

Cheers,

John 🙂

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