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  • Possible to fix slanted wall?

    In my photo the right side wall leans in on the photo due to the physical construction.
    Is there a way to straighten this?
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  • #2
    Re: Possible to fix slanted wall?

    Looks straight to me.

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    • #3
      Re: Possible to fix slanted wall?

      Select and transform it?

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      • #4
        Re: Possible to fix slanted wall?

        Easy to do with the new perpective warp function of Photoshop CC, you select the right wall and make a second selection for the left side and the background and move the top pin of the grid to the right position.

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        • #5
          Re: Possible to fix slanted wall?

          Careful use of Puppet Warp may do it

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          • #6
            Re: Possible to fix slanted wall?

            Thanks everyone...
            Jack88- I am not using CC but went and downloaded it to try your method. Cannot figure out what I need to do... it wants me to use an application, creativecloud urlhandler but it does not download... one more thing to figure out

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            • #7
              Re: Possible to fix slanted wall?

              The quickest way might be to just grab a bit of the left wall - flip it, place it and mask in/out what you need.

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              • #8
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                ylwdog - I am assuming you downloaded the Creative Cloud app? I ran into the same problem and through much reading on Adobe I found the solution. You have to delete or change the file named opm. I just change the file name to opmold and I am able to download from Adobe. To reach this file you have to unhide your hidden files. Make sure to quit the CC app first when doing this change. Once you have deleted or renamed the file open the CC app and hopefully it works. This jpeg I am posting shows the file location (on my machine yours maybe different). As you can see from the jpeg I have to change it again. Hope this helps.
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                • #9
                  Re: Possible to fix slanted wall?

                  Place a vertical guide line over the right back corner. Edit>Transform>Distort. Pull the right upper corner a little to the right until lined up. I should be close enough that it won't be noticeable.

                  Ronny

                  http://www.pbase.com/rdharris/image/...9/original.jpg

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                  • #10
                    Re: Possible to fix slanted wall?

                    Originally posted by ylwdog View Post
                    In my photo the right side wall leans in on the photo due to the physical construction.
                    Is there a way to straighten this?
                    If you do any transformation, then you will most likely end up with a distorted wallpaper pattern. I think the most obvious solution is to copy the left-hand side, flip, paste and mask..
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                    • #11
                      Re: Possible to fix slanted wall?

                      I ended up with this, it took as long to get the file size down to meet the 100k stipulation for uploading the file as it did to correct the wall.

                      You would be amazed how good the auto correction is in Camera raw in the under the lens corrections tab using balanced perspective then bit of fine tweaking and using Edit/Transform/Distort then re-crop image
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                      • #12
                        Re: Possible to fix slanted wall?

                        Just to add to the last post, it's possible to build specific lens profiles for distortion with the right software. You may lose a little information around the edges, but it works.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Possible to fix slanted wall?

                          Originally posted by David H View Post
                          ............
                          You would be amazed how good the auto correction is in Camera raw in the under the lens corrections tab using balanced perspective then bit of fine tweaking and using Edit/Transform/Distort then re-crop image
                          Nice job David

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