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The perspective tool is a smart new feature that is useful for correcting photos of buildings and architecture.
You have probably had that experience where you want to photograph a beautiful building but you can’t get far enough away to get it in the shot, so instead, you have to shoot “upwards” or from an angle. This leads to something called perspective distortion in your image, where the lines of your building don’t appear straight.
Here's a photo that has some issues with perspective. Because the photo was shot from the ground and looking up at the hotel, the building seems to be leaning back as it rises upward, making the top look more narrow than the bottom. And the smaller building to the left of the hotel also looks like it's leaning backward. In fact, everything in this photo seems to be tilting inward towards some imaginary center point high above the image:
The Perspective tool helps you to remove this distortion and correct any tilted or skewed appearance. The tool is very easy to use with three automatic settings, for horizontal, vertical, and full correction. After the auto-correct has done its work, you can use simple sliders to make the final adjustments yourself. Finally, if you want to have full control over the process there is also a manual mode where you can apply guides to your photo to make a precise correction.
The Perspective Tool can be easily found in Photo Editor Module
And here, after correcting the perspective, cropping the image, is the final result:
Let me know if you have any questions or concerns.
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