Fix in Photoshop / keystone

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  1. avil

    avil TPF Noob!

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    I have a photo that I am trying to fix and I need some advice on how to do it in Photoshop. I shot an interior wall and I have a slight Keystone affect. The camera height wise was perfect but I could not get back far enough so the lense was to wide. My horizontal lines are slightly skewed and I was wondering what type of fix I could do.
     
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    KmH Helping photographers learn to fish Supporting Member

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    Crop tool.

    Drag out a crop box and on the tool bar there will now be a Perspective check box.

    Put a check mark in the box and you can now drag the image to correct it.
     
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    I have it, but I am having a hard time getting the horizontal lines straight. When I move the boxes on either corner the middle box is moving as well so basically I am just cutting the top off. How do I crop each corner but leave the middle alone. Thanks for the help.
     
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    Unfortunately, there are limits.

    You might try putting the image on a larger canvas.

    It's guesswork to a certain degree because we don't have an image to evaluate or experiment with at this end.
     
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    Here is the top piece. I have a slight bit of keystone on the horizontal lines. Thanks





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    DxO Optics could possibly fix this but its always the way that theres some software out there that you might only need to use a few times and might not justify its cost. But at least theres a free trial: http://www.dxo.com
     
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    I saw a Photoshop tutorial that has a lens filter that would seem to do the trick. My versions of Photoshop are old so I am going to try it on my friends computer with the updated version and see how it works. Thanks
     
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    The new Photoshop CS5 has new lens correction tools in it too. I'm looking forward to that.
     

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