Upright function in camera Raw

Hello everyone I am Mare. I have encountered a problem using Photoshop CC 2017. A while ago I was able to use upright function in Raw the Auto option and it used to straighten the image. But lately instead of straightening the image it makes it even more crooked. It tends to raise the left side of the image above the right side so the image is skewed to the upper left corner of the canvas. Has anyone experienced the same problem? If so how did you fix it? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,

Mare

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Upright function in camera Raw

Hello everyone I am Mare. I have encountered a problem using Photoshop CC 2017. A while ago I was able to use upright function in Raw the Auto option and it used to straighten the image. But lately instead of straightening the image it makes it even more crooked. It tends to raise the left side of the image above the right side so the image is skewed to the upper left corner of the canvas. Has anyone experienced the same problem? If so how did you fix it? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,

Mare

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Re: Upright function in camera Raw

Adobe Community Professional, Aug 26, 2017

On the same picture that worked before?

Upright analyzes the pucture and depending on this modifies it. Sometimes this analyse is not concluant.

Did you try out the different options for upright?

Did you try the manual mode by drawing the reference lines yourself?

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