|reply to Jason |
Re: Squaring tutorial..
Great tut, A small tip to add:
A lot of times, when zoomed out a fair amount in photoshop, the edges of the crop tool will "cling" to the edge of your canvas. This can be frustrating if you want to do a quick crop, leaving out just the slight rotated portions. You can use the rectangular marquee to make a selection around the parts of your image (this will not cling), and then crop by going to 'Image >> Crop.'
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new info to me, I always did it by dragging out a guide line, and then rotating based on that line =P This is a bit easier.
And cletus, you can turn off the "cling" which is called snap by going to view>snap, or pressing ctrl+shift+; =) Sometimes snap is your best friend and sometimes your worst enemy
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