Horizontal and Vertical fine adjustment feature needed.

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A practical suggestion for a feature to edit digital photos needed by most everyone.
A horizontal/vertical adjustment, or image rotation feature, to level horizontal and vertical features like sea landscape, and vertical poles, or buildings. This takes minor adjustments. E.g. Picasa 3 horizontal adjustment. Photo Shop 7 Rotate Arbitrary incremental adjustment. Suggest added to all the Photoshop software's. Not having it prevented me from purchasing any photo editing software. It is a common problem in photography, and viewing photo slide shows. Thank you. Hope I get a 1/2 price credit. Peace and goodness. Paul Phelan
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Everyone needs to make their slide shows more enjoyable, rather than watch sea horizons tilting to the left or right, light poles tilting to the left or right, buildings that afre not straight. This is a basic adjustment that is easy to use for anyone who edits their photos from basic software features, to professionals. Currently it is not included in some of the Adobe photo software's. Please include it in the upcoming versions, and I may purchase your software. I apologize for mentioning it, but Picasa 3 has a wonderful and easy to use grid, with a slide bar. I edit over 900 digital vacation photos and this helps tremendously.
Peace and goodness,
Paul_Phelan
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Perhaps you can restate your request?

Lightroom has a number of rotation and straightening tools available in the Develop module. One even allows you to draw the exact horizon you want Lightroom to use, and it is very accurate and easy to use.

It sounds like you really mean to discuss something other than simply correcting rotation of a photo.
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Also, which software are you saying needs this feature?
Photoshop, Elements, and Lightroom already have features like that.

And yes, you need to provide more detail.
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It appears that John Verne has indicated that this is being developed in the Development module. So that answers my question. It will also help many people with this problem.
Chris, I was only making a general suggestion for the need of this feature. I cannot tell which software has it, as it is not mentioned in the ads.
Thank you both for assisting in answering this suggestion. I will await a future version to make a purchase. I am happy and hopeful.
Peace and goodness,
Paul_Phelan
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Amis, they ALL have it. You can purchase it now, safe in the knowledge that your buildings will be safe.