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Chapter 10. Fixing Images > Rotate an Image

88. Rotate an Image

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86 About Fix Photo


The single most common fix you'll ever perform on digital photos is to rotate them right-side up. Freshly imported images are always wider than they are tall—in other words, in landscape orientation. When you tilt your camera 90 degrees for a tall shot using portrait orientation, your camera doesn't recognize the different orientation (not even in the EXIF data), so Photoshop Album doesn't know that the image is laying on its side. Thus, when you import such an image into the catalog, it's sideways. To fix the problem, rotate the image, as described in this task.


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