Hi Guys, I am attempting automatically rotate item (layer) so that the width of the item is at its narrowest.
So visually I want to go from this...
my starting point is this..
As you can see from the laters it is an item photographed on a green screen.
My reason for attempting this is to achieve a foolproof auto-rotate action that can be applied to a folder of images. I have played around with various auto rotate tools is CS, LR and even Elements. They work on 95% of the cases but in a few cases it fails (maybe the lines within the image itself are effecting the rotation.
So could there be a tool within CS that I am missing or would it be possible to use photoshop scripts to achieve this?
would it be possible to use photoshop scripts to achieve this?
You may want to ask on the Photoshop Scripting Forum:
But please post some actual sample images right away.
I have played around with various auto rotate tools is CS, LR and even Elements.
Did that include »Crop and Straighten Photos«?
Are the clipped images always (roughly) rectangular?
Yes the clipped images are always roughly rectangular. However some are landscape and some portrait so any solution would be improved is the maximum rotation could be set otherwise it would rotate all the landscape images to portrait as the width would be less.
I have played around with Crop and Straighten. Again it works for 90% (or even 95%) but makes a mess of the others and in some cases decides to cut some items into multiple pieces.