Rotating images


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Rotating images

Every now and then, a picture, most likely one that you took vertically in Portrait mode, will come in sideways, wrong angle. Fortunately, there is a nice tool in Aperture to help us correct that. It's the Rotate tool. It's right down here. I'm going to mouse over this because I want you to see there are two keyboard commands also, the Bracket keys. You can use those for rotating. A lot of times when your shots come in, you'll have a bunch of them that are come in wrong. What's really nice is that you can just select a whole bunch of shots.

I click on the first one. I hold down the Shift key. I go to the End key, and then I can just use the bracket. If I use the Right Bracket, they will rotate to the right. If I use the Left Bracket, they'll rotate to the left. You can do them all at once. Now you can use the button here also, and just kind of click all the way around to what you want. I hope I'm not making you motion sickness here by doing this, but I really pref...

Rotating images
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Rotating images provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the Aperture 3 Essential Training (2012)

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Photography
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Aperture
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