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Your post is rather general, but I will see what I can do for you:

My guess is that the camera and the subject are not lined up properly to produce a square image. The same thing happens when you point the camera up at a tall building. Since the top of the building is farther away it appears smaller in the image, like the buildings taper as they get taller.

When taking a picture of a square object, you need to have the surface of the object parallel to the body of the camera in order for it to appear square in the image. Additional, most of the time, you will also have to shoot directly at the middle of the object as well.

Small amounts of this distortion can be corrected in PhotoShop.

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