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rotating images from horizontal to vertical

Postby NNN635394204909209896 » Sun Oct 20, 2019 6:19 pm

I must be missing something obvious but I cannot find/see the solution.

Shot an image that should have been vertical, turns out it is horizontal in capture one. With the rotation and flip tool I want to rotate one step left or -90 degrees. it does that fine but for some reason it then crops it to 1:1. When I go to reset crop tool, it does nothing.

How to I get rid of that annoying 1:1 crop when an images rotates -90 degrees please?

Thank you guys in advance

Before rotation: https://www.dropbox.com/s/knk0pw8wxulfx ... 1.jpg?dl=0
After rotation: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4j1e8o29j2g3x ... 5.jpg?dl=0
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Re: rotating images from horizontal to vertical

Postby Ian3 » Sun Oct 20, 2019 7:36 pm

NNN635394204909209896 wrote:I must be missing something obvious but I cannot find/see the solution.

Shot an image that should have been vertical, turns out it is horizontal in capture one. With the rotation and flip tool I want to rotate one step left or -90 degrees. it does that fine but for some reason it then crops it to 1:1. When I go to reset crop tool, it does nothing.

How to I get rid of that annoying 1:1 crop when an images rotates -90 degrees please?

Thank you guys in advance

Before rotation: https://www.dropbox.com/s/knk0pw8wxulfx ... 1.jpg?dl=0
After rotation: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4j1e8o29j2g3x ... 5.jpg?dl=0

Hard to tell from your second image, but is the zoom level set to fit?

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Re: rotating images from horizontal to vertical

Postby SFA » Sun Oct 20, 2019 7:48 pm

I suspect that's not a crop just the view. It seems to be zoomed in. Something like trying to autofit to a screen while using a specific Output Recipe.

Or something like that.
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Re: rotating images from horizontal to vertical

Postby NNN635394204909209896 » Mon Oct 21, 2019 11:35 am

Yes guys I think you are right, view was not 100%.

Still struggling with this switch from LR processing to Capture One processing but we are getting there thanks to the support here! Thank you :-)
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Re: rotating images from horizontal to vertical

Postby Ian3 » Mon Oct 21, 2019 11:53 am

Viewing at 100% zoom level (pixel for pixel) will usually crop out some of the image unless it is comparatively small. To see the whole image, pull the zoom slider all the way to the left, or hit Cmd+0 (zero, not letter O).

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Re: rotating images from horizontal to vertical

Postby SFA » Mon Oct 21, 2019 12:03 pm

NNN635394204909209896 wrote:Yes guys I think you are right, view was not 100%.

Still struggling with this switch from LR processing to Capture One processing but we are getting there thanks to the support here! Thank you :-)


I think it's simply a matter that the rotation, by itself, does not also imply any form of auto resizing to fit the display. I suspect that to do so in normal circumstances might be very annoying for most users but perhaps highly desirable for some who need to use the facility regularly.

The biggest issues I can think of that result in incorrect orientation interpretation are phone images (and their interpretation by a number of image support tools in on-line forums) and using a camera pointing vertically down when the camera's internal sensor can sometimes be confused about whether to record the image as vertical or horizontal on the basis that in reality it is neither. If one regularly uses certain camera for overhead shots the fine details of rotation might be very significant to users.


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