Rotate and Crop Photos Without Losing Pixels: As a professional photographer you will of course shoot your photos as perfectly as possible: landscapes, of course, preferably from a tripod, but also with a portrait you can check whether the horizon is right.
However, it may happen that you want to pull a photo straight (or diagonally) afterwards. Fortunately, there are all kinds of tricks for this in the post-production program. The problem is, however, that if you have shot your composition perfectly further, essential parts will always be lost at the edges of the photo because the photo program not only straightens, but also cuts a part of the photo.
Rotate & Crop Photos Without Losing Pixels: In recent versions of Adobe Photoshop, a handy tool has been added that can automatically calculate how to fill in the photo so that you don’t lose pixels. In the video below, Unmesh Dinda from PiXimperfect shows how the tool works.
This tool is especially suitable for filling in backgrounds that are fairly smooth like the photo used in the tutorial. Would you like to draw a very detailed image this way, Photoshop would probably mess it up. This tool can save you a lot of stress in certain situations, but it is of course still important to pay close attention when shooting so that you do not have to adjust the horizon at home.