Lightroom: Crop overlay: differentiate center horizontal and verticle grid line (e.g., by color) to aid in in orienting image around center

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crop overlay: when one clicks to crop/rotate it would be nice IF the center horizontal and verticle grid lines were somehow differentiated (e.g., by color) so to aid in in orienting image around center
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Ernie Tacsik

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Ganesh, Lightroom Engineer

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@Ernie
The crop rotate tool always rotates the image around the center of the image.
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Michael Zajac

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I don’t want to rotate my crop, just centre it on a feature (specifically, to crop a panorama with horizontal symmetry around its perspective centre point for a natural-looking perspective). Another similar application is to position the vertical centre of my crop on the horizon. It’s currently frustrating that there’s no easy way to do this (can’t even count gridlines, because they aren’t fixed to the crop box).