Straightening Tilted Horizons

There are a few basics that you must keep in mind if you want to take the kind of pictures that other people will enjoy looking at. Keeping a straight horizon is definitely one of them. Take care of this in-camera when you can. But when you can’t, all is not lost!

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Comments (2)

  1. How do I get rid of the horizon line when I’m through

    1. Hello Dave,

      The horizon line is showing because the Align Horizon tool is active. So to make it disappear, switch to a different tool. Note that some other tools, such as Perspective, also have guidelines. A nice useful tool to have active when you’re not doing a particular job is the Zoom tool.

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