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hello ..if you go the develop module and under the lens tab you will find sliders to adjust your image, horizontally, vertically and also the option to rotate and scale it.  In the persona module the only option is to go to the crop tool, and then take your cursor to the corner and click just outside your image, your cursor will change and  a set of guidelines will appear inside your image you will then be able to rotate it using the guidelines to straighten your verticals.  Hope that helps.   

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I was about to suggest the Perspective tool, also. However, I always use it as a Live Filter. Also, I find that setting it in Destination mode lets you get a real-time update of how the output will look. I often turn off the grid mode and align the verticals visually.

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NOTE - In the video you linked, the user put vertical guides on the image in order to more precisely align the elements in his photo. You can do this in Affinity Photo, too, by using the Move tool to drag one or more Guides onto the image. The, using the Perspective Filter, you can align the image elements with the vertical guides you just placed.

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