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Debs_Rocker 12 303 2 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2010 8:45AM
mmm it looks fine to me but then I'm no PS expert either! I really like this image anyway, nice shot!
saeidNL 11 3 Netherlands
13 Jan 2010 8:49AM
A really nice image.thanks for sharing.
barbarahirst 13 27 12 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2010 8:58AM
I think it looks fine
I would leave as is
SickChit 14 29 England
13 Jan 2010 8:59AM
Good title, nice shot.

shandoor 12 1 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2010 9:08AM
Super image with wonderful detail and great lighting
13 Jan 2010 9:27AM
well caught
User_Removed 12 80 1 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2010 9:59AM
I think it looks fine, a lovely capture.
Straightening is quite easy, but you would end up having to crop the image...and then something else may not look straight
clicknimagine Plus
11 850 104 India
13 Jan 2010 10:44AM
lovely composition here, a beautiful shot...
12 10 10 England
13 Jan 2010 11:38AM
Looks fine to me - lovely winter pic.
EAS 12 1 13 Scotland
13 Jan 2010 11:40AM
A good image and I have no problems re the house being straight.

mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.9k 2435 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2010 2:23PM
Sweet and funny. I wouldn't worry too much about straightness here, but if your software permits you could try skewing the top right corner outwards a couple of degrees, that would improve the line of the wall without losing too much frame.
Anjantoo 13 7 1 England
13 Jan 2010 2:48PM
Lovely as it is!
13 Jan 2010 3:17PM
A lovely and natural winter scene. JNC
Sampics 12 6 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2010 4:37PM
I guess it's ok then, thank you all very much.
gingerdelight 15 298 11 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2010 4:59PM
A lovely composition Sam. If you straightened the cottage then the sheep would look wrong, so I would be inclinded to leave it as is.
MickS 16 23 14 England
13 Jan 2010 6:08PM
Watcha Sam,
excellent winter shot.
Morgs 13 20 62 Wales
13 Jan 2010 7:51PM
I think it looks absolutely fine Sam, but I'll pm with you a tip on how to straighten an image.

cassiecat 13 39 46 England
13 Jan 2010 8:44PM
it amuses me how you often see them following in a long line.lesley
tigertimb 13 40 66 United Kingdom
14 Jan 2010 12:19AM
Lovely shot with the queue of sheep being oddly amusing Smile

For the straightness, I would at the vertical edge of the building near the centre of the frame and agree with you that it's sloping just a bit. (horizontals are less useful as they often slope with perspective) Still just learning photoshop myself after years of using paintshop-pro and it took me ages to find a useful rotate option; oddly obscured for such a basic feature!

I can only guide from the perspective of CS4; but if you click and hold on the eyedropper, you'll find the ruler tool which you can select - draw a line between the two points that you like to make vertical (or horizontal), then from the menus select Image->Image Rotation->Arbitrary... and from here you'll see it's magically filled in the correct value for you

14 Jan 2010 2:33AM
You could straighten a little but it does look fine as it is.

FeatherFriend 13 38 217 England
23 Jan 2010 12:34PM
I don't think this is the type of shot where straightening is required Sam, It looks fine as it is. Maybe if it was some architectural building then that would be a different matter,
7 Sep 2010 11:09PM
nice snow maybe votes win llollxx

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