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How to Straighten a Crooked Image in Photoshop

When I first started delving into photography, every image I took was crooked. I’m not even kidding; my horizons were always a solid 45 degrees off. Though it didn’t concern me at all back then, I realized over time that my images were visibly stronger with a straight horizon. Now, I always try to do my best to keep my camera straight when shooting, but I still don’t always get it perfectly straight every time. If you’re having trouble getting yours just right, I’m here to help. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to straighten a crooked image in Photoshop.

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Having trouble keeping horizons straight in camera? In this tutorial, I'll show you how to straighten a crooked image in Photoshop!
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