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Straightening different aspects in an image

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Does anybody know a way to straighten individual parts of an image. I have multiple posters in an interior setting and they are all crooked in different directions. 

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Straightening different aspects in an image

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Does anybody know a way to straighten individual parts of an image. I have multiple posters in an interior setting and they are all crooked in different directions. 

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Hi

 

One way is this:

  • Select each frame with its artwork and jump it to its own layer, then straighten it
  • Use the Clone stamp tool to paint the missing parts of the wall back in
  • Save the layered file in case you need to make further adjustments, and save a flattened file if you need to have that in addition

You didn't say how well you know PS, so ask again if this isn't clear.

 

 Jane

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Did you mean that the famed posters on the wall are not 100% straight? Looking at the image attached to your post, they looked quite good to me.

If this is a problem, here is another option beyond what Jane has sad.

  • Select the area of the posters and copy and paste into new layers
  • Fill the wall behind the posters (on the original layer) by selecting an area slighly bigger than each picture framed and choose Edit > Fill > Content-aware. This will guess the missing background. It may not be perfect. You could also use the Clone stamp.
  • On each picture frame later, rotate to the right angle through - Edit > Transform > Rotate

 

As Jane mentioned, if you need more detail to the explanation, let us know.

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You already have some good suggestions posted. However, another idea is to make a rough selection using the Rectangle Marque Tool that includes part of the wall, click Command + J, which will make a copy of the selection on a new layer. You can then rotate/straighten the layer and retouch using the Clone or Healing Brush on the wall. You'd need to do this for each poster that needs adjusting.

warmly/j

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What is the problem?

To determine whether any of the frames are out of square choose View > Rulers and drag the reference lines from the rulers at the top and left of the image.

 

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Excellent point, Norman (except I half-expected you to say "Do it in Lab!') 😊

~ Jane

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Hi all, 

Thanks a lot for all of your feedback, it was immensely helpful 🙂 

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