11. The Crop & Rotate tool will also allow you to straighten an image. Using the slide bar located next to the rotate tool, straighten the image using trial and error. Alternatively, placing the cursor in the grey area around the photo will create a double-headed arrow, which can be dragged sideways to tilt the image.
12. If you decide, having seen the finished effect, that you don’t want to crop or rotate the image after all, click the red cross at the top righthand side of the image screen to return the image to its original state. Photoshop Express will save both the original and cropped versions, in any case.
13. To save your changes, simply click the green tick in the top righthand corner of the main image screen. The grid will disappear and your changes will be made permanent, ready for you to continue editing using other tools or to save the new image to your library.
14. Thankfully, it’s still possible to reverse changes to an image after you’ve saved it and returned to the library. On opening the image in the usual way, a tick box will appear on the tools menu next to Crop & Rotate. Simply untick the box to return your image to its original state.