This is a “creative” tool that lets me set e.g. leaning verticals and the horizon with three lines in two configurations
- config with two vertical and one horizontal lines
- config with two horizontal and one vertical
The tool will then rotate and skew according to how lines are set by the user. Give the lines a tag or color to distinguish h and v lines
Interesting proposal … In the meantime: This can be achieved using the Perspective tool;
config with two vertical and one horizontal lines
– Put both horizontal guidelines (of the Perspective tool) on the same reference-line
config with two horizontal and one vertical
– Put both vertical guidelines (of the Perspective tool) on the same reference-line
I agree, tho, that your suggestion would be a lot less “clumsy” to use.
John.M, I have tried your approach. I find it difficult to bring parallel lines together, specially if you need to rotate them a little bit.
- When the lines are not absolutely parallel, the difference will be amplified and distort the image in a most creative way
- When the lines are too close together, PL refuses to process
Ah, yes … I had not thought of that complication.
Back to your original proposal then !
I use it as John and it works pretty well.
But why not an evolution of this tool.
… and still no vote.
Horizon and perspective would be a welcome improvement. When I click auto in Perspective tool, it often seems to do exactly this (rotating and aligning vertical lines). Does the 8 points tool in DxO ViewPoint perhaps work in this case for the manual instance?