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Straightening an Image

Frequently, you need to straighten just part of the picture. It might be a perspective problem, or perhaps the furniture really is crooked. Antiques frequently lean a little. In the example below, I love the effect of the wide-angle lens on the car, but not on those brass posts holding up the rope around it. My choices are to get rid of the posts and the rope, which would be a lot of work, or to straighten the posts. Being lazy, my course is clear. I’ll just fix the posts. Figure 10.4 shows the basic car.

Figure 10.4. The brass posts don’t look right.



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