roll / rotate photos forward not clockwise

snarlz

Standard Member
I have a bunch of photos stitched together and I need to roll or rotate the image forward. The top of the image needs to come forward and the bottom of the image needs to go backwards.



The end result I want is to be looking straight at the image, currently its like looking up at the image.

You'd reckon this would be incredibly simple but I can't find how to do it.
 

OrbitalPete

Novice Member
It's not a rotation. Whatever your eyes are telling you - you have a rectangular image. in order to distort it correctly you need to do a trapezoidal distortion: Shorten the bottom, lengthen the top, then crop the bit of the image out that you want.
 
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shotokan101

Distinguished Member

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
What image editing software do you use ?

Jim
 

snarlz

Standard Member
What image editing software do you use ?

Jim
Whatever I can get my hands on, I used Canon photostitch to stitch the photos, although sometimes I use Microsoft ICE or Hugin. I have Adobe Photoshop CS4 but generally don't need to use it. Usually stitching a few photos, straightening a few horizons, maybe a bit of cropping and removing redeye, that's about all I usually need to do.
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Whatever I can get my hands on, I used Canon photostitch to stitch the photos, although sometimes I use Microsoft ICE or Hugin. I have Adobe Photoshop CS4 but generally don't need to use it. Usually stitching a few photos, straightening a few horizons, maybe a bit of cropping and removing redeye, that's about all I usually need to do.
Photoshop can definitely do it - it's basically the same as perspective correction on wide angle shots to straighten the building lines etc. - see if this tutorial helps :-

Using Photoshop as a View Camera | Tutorials

Jim
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Glad to try and help :)

Jim
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Cheers Pete :smashin:

I've Reported the apparent issue with attachments to the Admin/Mods...

Jim
 

Johnmcl7

Distinguished Member
Both the original attachments are showing fine here today but I couldn't see any yesterday.

John
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Both the original attachments are showing fine here today but I couldn't see any yesterday.

John
Hmmm... couldn't see them today at work and couldn't see them at home last night or this morning - now I can see them at home.... :confused:

Jim
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Cheers - I'll try that - pity I'll need to login to about 10 other sites again :facepalm:

...although I can see the ones here now but cannot see the aircraft shots in Pirate's recent thread which I haven't viewed before so cannot be cached...

Jim
 

Ibcus

Well-known Member
Can't see them in his first post, but it does look like he either deleted them or didn't post them as I can't even see the attachment box.

You don't need to clear everything when you clear the cache, Tools, Clear Recent History and just leave cache checked, your cookies should be fine.
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Can't see them in his first post, but it does look like he either deleted them or didn't post them as I can't even see the attachment box.

You don't need to clear everything when you clear the cache, Tools, Clear Recent History and just leave cache checked, your cookies should be fine.
Yeah - checked the FF help and selectively cleared the cache :smashin:

Jim
 

shotokan101

Distinguished Member
Very Nice :cool:

Jim
 

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