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True up an image that is hand held and not a perfect rectangle: fantasizing about is the ability to do this as within PS CS5

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Academically speaking, I would like to move those fine white border lines so they come out further to include the entire image file.   Notice the bottom left, I would like to bring that bottom corner line out to my left without have the entire line spill outside the image file.  Like, well, the image file is not perfectly a rectangle.  This file was hand held so no chance of be squared up and true.

 

It is RAW and I am in RAW.  What I am fantasizing about is the ability to do this as within PS CS5.  Also, I don't find a way to flatten image file at this point. 

 

Also the same ability in 'develop'.

 

Cheers.

 

David

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my advice is to do color, exposure and noise adjustment in the develop persona, the develop the image an deal with the crop and perspective in the photo persona.

you could for example use the clone tool or the inpainting brush to fake the low-right corner portion of the image, the distort it with the perspective tool so that it becomes rectangular, then crop the background. if you use the live perspective layer, you'll be able to tweak the settings without going through undo/redo cycles.


take care,

stefano

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Thank you, barninga!   Seems it will be easier to do the changes in PS CS5....   Hoping it could all be done, simply in AP.

 

Kind regards,

 

David

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