Have you ever taken a photo only to later realize that the horizon was less then level? Of course, that can be easily corrected in Photoshop, but you’ve probably noticed there is a downside – you lose part of the image when you fix that corked horizon. Instead of just laying down and taking it, why not try this trick instead?
In this tip, I’ll show you two ways to fix a crooked horizon without cropping or losing any of your image. Too good to be true? Decide for yourself:
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