James Sims wrote:
>One bit of caution. When it comes to rotating an image to align a tilted
>image, neither of these applications do it well. Image alignment should
>be done by carefully aligning the image in the scanner. 90 and 180 degree
>rotations are handled very well with both applications.
FWIW I use the crop tool in PSP to help with this. Generally if I am rotating
the image, it's because the horizon is slightly off level. I create an
outline using the crop tool with a side close to the line of the horizon,
and this gives me a reference to judge whether the rotation has worked.
The PSP crop tool doesn't behave like the selection tool, so it's safe
to use in this way - otherwise you'd be rotating the selection. You can
rotate by fractions of a degree - although I've never bothered with less
Even a small amount of rotation will lose a lot of the edges of the image,
so it's worth getting your camera level! :)
Rob Geraghty email@example.com