Existing image registration methods that work in the presence of motion blur assume the scene to be fronto-parallel. In this work, we extend the state-of-the-art by cueing motion blur itself to infer plane inclination. This is achieved by matching extremities of blur kernels computed at different locations in the image. Because these extremities correspond to the same homography, we show that it is possible to find the orientation. Following this, we propose a registration method that reorients the source image to the target plane within a reblur-difference framework to detect the actual changes.