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Claypaws is off-lineGold Member
20 August 2014 17:27
Claypaws
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You need to use software to rotate the image based on exif data. Faststone and XnView are free programs that can do this in batch.


scubie is off-lineSilver Member
23 August 2014 01:57
scubie
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scubie
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West Sussex
worthing

Surely Lightroom does this automatically? at least mine does!


Neil Anderson is off-line
23 August 2014 02:47
stolenfaces
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stolenfaces
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London
West London

Quote from scubie
Surely Lightroom does this automatically? at least mine does!



Obviously he wouldn't have posted the question if he used Lightroom or any other photo software.
Like any dealer he was watching for the card that is so high and wild he'll never need to deal another...


Paul thomas Ford is off-lineSilver Member
23 August 2014 12:15
paulford
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paulford
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United Kingdom
South Yorkshire
Doncaster

Basically have Win 8 laptop for holidays as it is much lighter and a fair bit smaller than my Win 7 which has window photo viewer on it and Photoshop and is what I am used to, It was just that I couldn't seem to find a way of rotating on that laptop.


CSD Images is off-line
23 August 2014 14:50
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CSD_Images
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Grampian
Aberdeen

Use Irfanview, or if you prefer Apps look into Picture By Typhoon Systems.
www.flickr.com/photos/csd_images | www.celticshadows.co.uk



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