Rotating photos


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Rotating photos

Usually when you bring a photo from a digital camera into Elements Organizer, it ends up in the Media Browser in the correct orientation, either Portrait mode, which means Vertical, or Landscape, which means Horizontal. But once in a while, there isn't enough EXIF information with the photo to inform Elements about which way the photo should go and it may end up in the wrong orientation, like this photograph, which should be in Portrait mode. The Fix is very easy in Elements Organizer. I'll just select one or more photos that need to be rotated, and then I go up to the bar at the top of the screen where there are two icons; one that rotates 90 degrees counterclockwise, and one 90 degrees clockwise.

So in this case, I want to Rotate Right or clockwise. So I'll click. In just a moment my photograph is no longer laying on its side, it's in Portrait mode, just the way I shot it.

Rotating photos
Video duration: 52s 11h 20m Beginner

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Rotating photos provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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