Some RAW converters help to correct tilt directly (e. g. ACR 3.x and Capture One). For all the others you can easily use Photoshop and especially the CS2 Lens correction filter. If you choose to work with an 8-bit image in Photoshop, doing a correction in the RAW converter has some advantages, due to the 16-bit mode used there. If you prefer to correct it in Photoshop, we would recommend staying in 16-bit mode until the tilt is correct and other corrections are done as well and only convert to 8-bit mode afterwards (Image ► Mode ► 8 Bits/Channel).
If you have to do some image alignment, you should do the cropping after aligning the image.
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