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New Content-Aware Feature in Photoshop CC

Straighten a picture in Photoshop using the new Content-Aware feature. You may have a crooked photo that would look better if it was straighter. First, crop using the Straighten option. This option allows you to set the horizon line and then apply a Content-Aware feature to edit the picture. Here’s how in 10 quick and easy steps:

  1. Open Photoshop CC.
  2. Open a photo of your choice that is crooked.
  3. Click the Crop Tool. From the Options bar select Straighten.
  4. Draw a line to represent the horizon.
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  6. The image is straightened and cropped. Notice the areas where you lose a lot of your picture.
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  8. Click Content-Aware from the Options bar. The area to be cropped is adjusted.
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  10. Drag the selection handles to include or exlude any area of the photo.
  11. Click Commit to complete the operation.
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  13. Save the picture.
  14. Close Photoshop.

This is an optional extension activity in the newly revised TechnoPhotoshop project. Read all about Photoshop lessons for beginners here!