Ever look at photos where the floor isn't level - hmmm is it the photo or is the house not structurally sound? Or noticed a doorway that is at an angle in a photo that you thought would be perfect?
So often when I'm taking photos, I tend to lean to the left or the right - it's a minor lean, but obvious when I'm editing photos and so annoying when everything else in the shot Is great. I've tried to line my shots up so doorframes are straight, etc, but sometimes when using a wide angle lens it's difficult for us amateur photographers!
I'm SO EXCITED! I use www.Picnik.com to edit photos frequently, and have written of its ease of use in prior blogs. I just stumbled across a new feature - using the rotate button. This feature not only can rotate a full quarter turn, it also can set a grid up on your photo and allow you to align the photo a few degrees - whatever is needed to make your picture straight.
For example, here was a preliminary photo I took - looks like the tub is sinking into the floor.
Just a couple of seconds editing and wow - we just repaired the house!
This photo above had a lean to the right and couldn't be used. After editing it's significantly improved!
Check out this great feature when editing your photos. It's time to straighten up!
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