Rotating an image


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Rotating an image

Normally, when you shoot with a modern camera, or a phone like this, the internal sensors can tell if the camera is being held this way, or this way. So that's why the pictures will automatically, generally, be rotated correctly. However, if you scan an image, or if for some reason, maybe you were laying down when you took the picture, there are things that can create instances where the photos aren't properly rotated. Here is how to fix it. In the Quick Fixes mode, I could just click the Rotate button, and you see that the image rotates.

Now, that's a really straightforward process. And even though this picture is rotated correctly, I might want to rotate it just for purposes of where I'm going to put it, like I want to make a vertical, or a portrait orientation. Now, you'll notice that as we rotate images here, when we go to the next image, it will save that change. That clicking will go ahead and rotate. If you hold down the Option key, you'll see that rotates t...

Rotating an image
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Rotating an image provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Enhancing Photos with iPhoto

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