Correcting Perspective Distortions

Correcting Perspective Distortions

With the enhanced Straighten Image dialog box in CorelDRAW and Corel PHOTO-PAINT, you can now correct perspective distortions in photos that have straight lines and flat surfaces such as architectural photos and photos of buildings.

Perspective distortions usually occur when you take pictures of tall or wide objects, and the camera sensor is at an angle to the objects. As a result, the photographed objects may appear to be leaning or to be at an angle. Adjusting the vertical perspective helps straighten leaning objects; adjusting the horizontal perspective helps with angled objects. Often, you may need to adjust both the vertical and horizontal perspectives for best results.

Perspective

To correct perspective distortions in photos

  1. Do one of the following:
  • In CorelDRAW, click Bitmaps  Straighten image.
  • In Corel PHOTO-PAINT, click Adjust  Straighten image.

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