EDIT 2: Actually, there is a problem, see post below.
EDIT: Sorry, everything is fine, I had the correction mode in crop on manual (I don’t remember if that has changed with the update though?)
I am pretty sure that this behaviour has been different before, in PL5.8 I am getting black borders when I rotate the image, the crop is not automatically adjusted to fit the image. Could this please be changed back to the previous behaviour?
When in a first step, I rotate my image, and then in a second step I want to adjust the crop, there is no way that I can control that the crop will be restricted within the valid frame. When I set the crop mode to “Auto”, it will always use the maximal possible crop. But if I want to reduce the crop, it will switch to manual. But in manual mode, there is no constraint, so if I move the crop, there is always the danger that there are some black corners!
I am not sure if this has always been like this, I have a feeling that this behaviour is new in PL5.8? Is there any possibility to restrain the crop to a valid area?
It’s not something I ever paid much attention to but as far as I recall it’s always been like that in PL, i.e.
If you use the horizon feature to rotate an image AND the crop feature is set to ‘auto based on keystoning / horizon’ THEN the crop adjusts to the maximum crop possible within the bounds set by the rotation
Regardless of whether or not you rotate an image, as soon as you change the crop, the bounds of the crop change to ‘manual’.
I have no memory of PL ever preventing you setting a crop that includes black corners. That’s logical to me, since sometimes you might want black corners, e.g.: