Sometimes you don’t have time to check the horizon when you photographing. For a split second, you have to capture the moment and fix the horizon later. In this quick Photoshop tutorial, I will show you how to straighten horizon in Photoshop with crop tool and ruler tool.
Learn how to straighten horizon in Photoshop
Apps Used: Adobe Photoshop CS6
Estimated Completion Time: 2′ Minutes
Step 1 > Open the Image
Open the image you want to straighten the horizon.
Step 2 > Use the Crop Tool
Press the Crop Tool (C) and on the top palette press the “Straighten” button.
Step 3 > Straighten the Horizon
Draw a small line above the horizon and the Photoshop will automatically correct the image for you. Confirm or hit OK on your keyboard.
Ruler Tool Technique
For older version of Photoshop the crop tool cannot straighten horizons. Similar method you can use with Ruler Tool (I). Open the image, press the Ruler Tool (I), draw the line same like with the crop tool and press “Straighten Layer” on top palette.
Well done, your image looks better. This technique works great when the horizon is visible in your image.