One of the more annoying aspects of using the computer for artwork is getting perfectly square photographs. Whether you’re photographing potential subjects or finished paintings, no matter how precise the process or expensive the equipment, distortion will happen.

This week, I want to share a ‘squaring up’ process my husband found a few weeks ago. I’ve since used the technique myself and it is a valuable resource.

How to “Square Up” Photos of Your Art in Photoshop with Free Transform & Liquify was written by the editor of EmptyEasel.com and was originally published on EmptyEasel.com January 3, 2008.

It’s a great article. I hope you’ll take a moment or two to click over to EmptyEasel.com and give it a read.

Carrie

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