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Horizon "leveling"

by rgfitz / October 7, 2004 2:19 AM PDT

I use Adobe PhotoDeluxe Home 4.0 for my editing but used an old beta version of Photoshop 6.0 and am currently using a trial version of Photoshop Elements 2.0 for correcting non-level horizons in landscapes. Is there a simple and less expensive way to do this correction? I removed the beta version from my computer lately because it is not easy to use, was not very stable, and was a pirated version I bought years ago when Ubid.com was a pretty loose organization.

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Re: Horizon "leveling"
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 7, 2004 3:38 AM PDT
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I never used such but instead just rotated the entire picture and then cropped it square. I guess that's what this feature did?

Bob

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Re: Horizon "leveling"
by rgfitz / October 7, 2004 4:50 AM PDT
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That is exactly what I do with PhotoShop Elements 2.0 but I was just wondering if there is a cheaper way to do the job. I hate to pay for a fancy program I rarely use and just for leveling horizons.

What program do you use to rotate any number of degrees then crop?

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Re: Horizon "leveling"
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 7, 2004 4:55 AM PDT
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Re: Horizon "leveling"
by rgfitz / October 7, 2004 5:03 AM PDT
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As usual I didn't look hard enough.

My Adobe PhotoDeluxe has a Free Rotate command that I never noticed before in the two years or so that I have used the program.

It does, of course, exactly what I want and there is no need for another program.

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The Philips screwdriver problem.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 7, 2004 6:15 AM PDT
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When you look for that, you find all the missing flatheads.

Bob

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