I wanted to start a discussion that would collect all kind of tips and tricks that can be done with Digikam, similar to the "Share your Lightroom tips - LR3" thread. Digikam IMHO is great at least for a novice, semi-pro photographers and as it is native linux app, it was my natural choice of photo editing software. And being quite a novice (at photo editing, not linux I cannot share any useful tips at this point, so instead I will start with asking you to help me with one task. I'm sure that there are members here, that know the answer already So what I'm trying to accomplish is to "rotate" this image on the Y axis so the left part of it to move "forward" and the right side to move "backward" a little bit. Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) I've tried using the tools Transform->Shear and Transform->Perspective Adjust, but was not able to make the bench to look like it was right in from of the camera. I suspect the right tool is "Shear", but I'm not quite sure.