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So, what if you have a project where you need to use this photo but want the napkin to be straight? You know, the bottom edge of the napkin parallel with the bottom edge of the photo.
Well, logic would tell you that if you turned the photo, the corners would be off the edge and there would be white space where the corners used to be, like this:
So, how do you fix it if you need the photo to be the original size? Photoshop Crop Tool to the rescue. In this video, I will not only show you how to use the crop tool to straighten a photo but will also show you how to automatically fill those white corners without cropping them off. Once you learn this method, I'm sure you can also figure out how it can be used in the opposite, basically, you can change the angle to whatever you want. Watch and I'll show you how I ended up with the following photo.
Okay, check out the video, I think you will quickly find a lot of uses for this feature of the crop tool.
If you like what you learned, please share on social media or leave a comment below. If you have any questions about the information shared in this video, feel free to post your question below and I’ll do my best to answer, heck, maybe your question will be the topic of my next video!
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