How to adjust the perspective of images with Google Photos – Guide

There are many editing tools that you’ve probably used before. Crop, correct rays, add filters, etc. Changing a photo’s perspective isn’t as common, but it’s also not as difficult as you might think, thanks to Google Photos. Perspective describes the angle at which the photo was taken. This can greatly affect the appearance of something in the image. Take a look at the images below. The TV shape looks like a trapezoid from the side (left), but I can adjust the perspective (right) to make it a flat rectangle. To adjust this perspective of your photos, we’ll be using the Google Photos app for Android, but the Google Photos app is also available for iPhone and iPad. It’s surprisingly simple for such a powerful tool.

How to adjust the perspective of images with Google Photos

Update Google Photos

This is a new feature, so you need to make sure you’re running the latest version of Google Photos to try it out. Go to the “My Apps” section in your Play Store app or tap the link below yours phone to install any available updates.

Find the New Perspective Tool

Now find a photo you want to adjust the perspective on and tap the adjustments icon at the bottom of the screen (it looks like three sliders in various positions). From there, swipe to the Crop tab. The new perspective tool will be on the next page, just to the right of the rotate button button. Go ahead and tap on it.

straighten your photos

Now, drag the circular corner handles to make the lines parallel to the subject on all sides. It’s a little tricky to master, but you can long press the image to get a quick preview of what your changes will look like. When finished, click “Done” and then tap “Save”. Everything is ready!

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