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hey guys my name is demos Rosalie and today Im gonna be showing you how to straighten a photo perfectly using Lightroom and Photoshop hey guys welcome back to my youtube channel this will be the first video of a series of short and quick Photoshop tutorials that I will be making I know a lot of you are staying home and trying to upskill yourself and try to get better at photo editing so I thought Id make this series to help you guys out over the next few weeks Im going to be creating lots of Photoshop tutorials teaching you guys what I always do in Photoshop and what techniques that I use so that you guys can apply that in your own photos too so the first one is how to straighten a photo so Ive been working in architecture for about five years now and I studied architecture for five years so when Im looking at photos and when Im editing photos I always try to keep my lines perfectly straight not just the horizontal ones but also the vertical ones too the reason why you want your