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232 Points

Tue, Apr 7, 2015 3:18 PM

Not a problem

Lightroom: Several images (not all) are slightly or heavily turned after rendering.

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6 years ago

Take a look at each image in the develop module:

If you look at the rotation angle in your Crop dialog, does it show a value?
If you look at the rotation in your Lens Correction Panel, does it show a value?
 

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6 years ago

All values are zero.

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6 years ago

I would be betting on something messed up with the Lens Correction Panel settings. The fact that it shows you outside the boundaries of the rotated photo is the clue.

What happens if you hit reset on the image? Does it straighten back up?
 

Adobe Photography Products

Quality Engineering - Customer Advocacy

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6 years ago

I guess I found the problem. When importing I had the AUTO button active as a standard to correct geometric distortions. I very much believe that's the problem after reimporting without the button active.