Windows 10: Can't rotate an image without it automatically cropping

Discus and support Can't rotate an image without it automatically cropping in Windows 10 Software and Apps to solve the problem; I want to crop an image into a square, then rotate it so it's upright. But every time I try to straighten it, the app zooms in, then crops parts of the... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Software and Apps' started by MadeleineDougherty, Mar 17, 2020.

  1. Can't rotate an image without it automatically cropping


    I want to crop an image into a square, then rotate it so it's upright. But every time I try to straighten it, the app zooms in, then crops parts of the image I want to keep. I can't zoom back out. I was able to crop and rotate a different image last night without any problems. Here's the part of the image I want: Can't rotate an image without it automatically cropping a1f9c841-3b79-4ac3-9840-0b16e83f57d3?upload=true.png


    And here's what happens when I try to straighten it: Can't rotate an image without it automatically cropping 5ecb7402-b679-4159-8564-a294dbd4e73a?upload=true.png

    Any idea how I can get the app to work the way it usually does?

    :)
     
    MadeleineDougherty, Mar 17, 2020
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  2. MS Photos default setting to Crop and Rotate

    Hi. We use MS Photos to crop hundreds and hundreds of photos every week. Is there any way to set a default that when we move from one image to the next MS Photos automatically brings us the Crop and Rotate screen? At present, once we save an image and
    click on the next arrow, we have to click through several screens to get back to the Crop and Rotate screen.

    Thanks.
     
    MarkMcDonough45, Mar 17, 2020
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  3. MS Photos default setting to Crop and Rotate

    Hello Mark,

    Currently, the easiest way to go to the Crop and Rotate option is by selecting the Edit option or by pressing the Ctrl + E shortcut. This is default by design.
    We recommend that you post your feedback and suggestion regarding the Photos App through Microsoft's Feedback Hub. To create some new feedback, you may follo0w the steps provided in this link.

    Feel free to post your query should you need help.
     
    Vanessa Oca, Mar 17, 2020
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  4. Can't rotate an image without it automatically cropping

    Rotating photos while cropping

    When I am cropping a photo in Windows Live Photo Gallery, I no longer [in Windows 10] see a button for Rotate Frame and cannot find a way to turn a vertical photo into a horizontal by cropping. Help!
     
    MarkWieting, Mar 17, 2020
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