Simple Image Rotation

One of the first steps in every workflow is to rotate images that were shot in portrait format. This can be done using an image browser, a RAW editor or Photoshop itself.

The Photoshop command is Imager Image Rotation. The tool allows you to rotate an image at 90 degrees, 180 degrees, or a user-defined angle. We usually rotate our images using an image browser or our RAW editor.

Some newer cameras use a gyroscopic sensor to automatically detect whether an image was shot in portrait or landscape format. We don't use this function because we always rotate the camera deliberately, which confuses the sensor. This type of functionality can, however, be useful if you take a lot of portrait photos.

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