Lightroom: We need a shortcut for the automatically Straighten the photo

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Fadi Mekhael

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Posted 3 years ago

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Steve Chasey

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What's wrong with using transform? Option of level in there and its a one click process.
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Simon Chen, Principal Computer Scientist

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You could do it via the Upright in Transform panel as Steve suggested. You can also invoke a gesture via the Crop tool.

1. Activate the Crop tool
2. Hold the SHIFT modifier key down, double click on the "Angle" label or the thumb of the same named slider. This will invoke the same auto Level code in Upright to auto straighten the photo. 
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Cassio Habib

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it need to be a shortcut, one click, right now is a pain in the ass to straiten 500 pics. 

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John R. Ellis, Champion

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"it is a pain in the ass to straighten 500 pics"

To straighten a batch of photos quickly:

1. Edit the first photo in Develop.

2. In the Transform panel, click Auto, Level, Vertical, or Full.

3. Click Copy...

4. In the Copy settings window, click Check None and then just Upright Mode:


5. Select the other 499 photos in the film strip and click Paste.

Alternatively, use Sync to copy the Upright Mode to the batch. Or define a preset with the desired Upright Mode.
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Robert Somrak, Champion

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John,

Thats the way it is supposed to work but that method was reported broken 5 months ago and it is still broken in Lr 9.3.

https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/lightroom-transform-doesnt-copy-sync-correctl...