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Registered: ‎01-10-2018
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How to off the autorotation

I'm taking a photos of the samples on the horizontal table. The camera's axis at right angles to the horizon.

When I moved photos to the computer, I found out that they are all turned upside down or by 90 degrees to the right to the left in random order.

Is it possible to understand how the sample was placed relative to the camera and off this rotation for the future?

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All digital cameras (including smartphones) store the camera's orientation in the Exif data associated with ane embeded in image files. Image viewers read the data in the Exif Orientation field, and display the image accordingly.

 

The Camera & Imaging Products Association requires that cameras record this data, along with lots of other data, in image files, and most image viewers use this data to display images with their original orientation.

 

It can't be turned off. (it can generally be turned off for displaying images on the camera, but not on other devices later.)

 

A few years ago, the implimentation of the Orientation field in image viewers was often misinterpreted. That has since been corrected, so it's possible that you might just need to download and install an update for your image viewing application so it will correctly display your images.

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