Photographers have been correcting
perspective in the darkroom (by tilting the head or easel) for over a
hundred years. So why shouldn't digital photographers have
the same capability!
Step 1 - Rotate:
VIEW ... SHOW ... GRID
On TOOL Palate, MEASURE TOOL (under Color Sample Tools)
Find a line closest to center of image and draw a line with MEASURE
IMAGE ... ROTATE CANVAS ... ARBITRARY ... OK
Step 2 - Perspective Correction:
- SELECT ...
ALL (marching ants will appear around image)
- EDIT ...
TRANSFORM ... DISTORT
- pull square
handles until lines in the image line up with grid ... ENTER
VIEW ... SHOW ... GRID (uncheck)
- SELECT ... ALL (marching ants around image)
- EDIT ... TRANSFORM ... SKEW
- hold the Ctrl key down, hit the minus (-) key (shrinks
picture for changes)
- click on anchor points to modify