Some of Lightroom’s Auto options can be helpful. Yet, many of us shy away from using them, fearing that we won’t like the software’s auto edits. However, there are times when using an auto option is not just a great idea; it’s a time-saving one as well.
We’ve found that the Auto Straighten feature is well worth trying. Of all the Auto features in Lightroom, this one is pretty objective. The software uses the geographical elements within the scene, such as buildings, roads, and other straight lines, to straighten the shot.
If you don’t like the results, you can further tweak the straightening or return to the original with a quick button click. Even the most seasoned photographers occasionally shoot a scene that turns out to be crooked, so this is a pretty handy feature.
Select the Crop tool in the Develop module.
Click on the Auto button.
Check the image for accuracy.