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Hawgwash 09-24-2015 01:58 AM

Just testing pics
 
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1 test
Rotated 90 clockwise.

Hawgwash 09-24-2015 02:02 AM

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2 test
Untouched

Hawgwash 09-24-2015 02:10 AM

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3 test
Rotated 90 CC

Hawgwash 09-24-2015 02:27 AM

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New test.
Vertical cam

Hawgwash 09-24-2015 02:37 AM

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5 test
Horizontal cam.
1-2-3-4 all taken with vertical phone camera.
5 horizontal.
So, pics will only display correctly if taken in horizontal mode.
Weird.

Janet H 09-25-2015 04:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Hawgwash (Post 373098)
5 test
Horizontal cam.
1-2-3-4 all taken with vertical phone camera.
5 horizontal.
So, pics will only display correctly if taken in horizontal mode.
Weird.


Right.

Your phone has an onboard viewer that rotates based on the orientation of the phone but the forum doesn't know what orientation you intend and so default to the standard view. Choices are to edit the image on your device to rotate (or take it vertically) before loading to the forum or load it in what ever orientation you want and then turn your monitor sideways to accommodate ;)

Hawgwash 09-25-2015 04:56 PM

Well thanks Janet.
I wasn't intending to get your attention on this; I was just playing around.
All pictures were DL from phone to PC then to TF.
The first 4 were taken with the phone vertical and number 5, horizontal.
It did not matter how I rotated the 4, before posting, they just will not orient properly.

So, I guess I just have to adjust myself to always taking pictures horizontally.
Thanks for the catch anyway.

rochepoint 09-25-2015 05:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Hawgwash (Post 373594)
All pictures were DL from phone to PC then to TF.
The first 4 were taken with the phone vertical and number 5, horizontal.
It did not matter how I rotated the 4, before posting, they just will not orient properly.

So, I guess I just have to adjust myself to always taking pictures horizontally.

Did you rotate them after you DL to the PC on the computer? Strange as preview on my Mac loaded this way after rotation.

Hawgwash 09-25-2015 05:26 PM

Hi Mike.
Quote:

Originally Posted by rochepoint (Post 373597)
Did you rotate them after you DL to the PC on the computer?

Yes, I DL from Android to netbook then rotated. Funny part is, when I rotate 90* CW they load to TF at 90* CCW and vice versa.

Oh and shhhhh;
it looks like you have a few empty feet at SNSYC

markpierce 09-25-2015 07:42 PM

I was becoming seasick with those 90-degree, off horizon photos. Please do right!

Marin 09-25-2015 08:42 PM

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Typically if shooting with an iPhone for a horizontal shot the phone should be held with the main control button to the right. For a vertical shot the control button should be at the bottom.

There are a number of apps one can use to correct the rotation of a photo. A fairly simple one I use is called Photo Manager Pro. You can orient a photo however you want in 90 degree increments as shown below.

For anyone interested, the photo below is of a 777 (or a 767 as the gear looks more like that plane) and it illustrates what creates lift. Lift is the product of Newton's 3rd (?) law which says for every action there is a reaction. A plane flies because its wing moves air down with a force equal to the weight of the plane which is why the plane stays up. Bernoulli has nothing to do with it although Bernoulli's theorem can be used to help the wing move air down more efficiently. But you don't need it to generate lift.

The swirls are the wingtip vortices created by the air moving spanwise along the wing to the end and spilling off the tip. These vortices create drag which is why winglets work--- they reduce the strength of the vortices and thus reduce the drag, something soaring birds learned a bazillion years ago. The birds are better at it than we are because they can almost infinitely adjust their winglets (primary flight feathers) to suit the immediate conditions.

We have film in our library of a 757 doing the same thing, only on the film you can see how violently the air being moved down by the wing deflects the cloud cover just under the plane.


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markpierce 09-25-2015 08:51 PM

Marin, you're "killing me."

Marin 09-25-2015 09:28 PM

Well, you could pretend it's a stop-motion video of a plane doing a barrel roll.:) Sort of like what Tex Johnson did with the 367-80 prototype of the KC-135/707.

Peter B 09-25-2015 09:32 PM

Don't keep rotating your body and neck Mark...just rotate the computer screen...:D

Hawgwash 09-25-2015 10:37 PM

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Originally Posted by markpierce (Post 373655)
Marin, you're "killing me."

Don't look.

markpierce 09-25-2015 11:29 PM

I'll focus on less disturbing images, as in eastern Oregon at the 45th parallel.

http://www.trawlerforum.com/attachme...9bdfc04fbd.jpg

Hawgwash 09-26-2015 01:16 PM

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Yet another test...
Different PC, different OS.


Hmmm...
This is interesting...
Seems like maybe part or all of the problem might be with Windows 8.1.
This picture is the same as post #4 above.
Post 4 was rotated with W 8.1 and would not orient.
This pic was rotated with W 7 and worked just fine, thank you very much.
So, now I dig into 8.1 to see what the issue is.
Maybe I'll go to another PC with W 10 to see what that does.

Janet H 09-26-2015 01:30 PM

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Just keep testing - the pics on this thread are lovely :)

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Hawgwash 09-26-2015 01:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Janet H (Post 373801)
Just keep testing - the pics on this thread are lovely :)Attachment 44991

Hmmm...
Mount buttocks, I've been there.

Anyway Janet, this post is using an ancient laptop with Windows 10.
So, W10 being an iteration of W8/8.1 does the same thing.
7 works; 8 & 10 don't.
Sorry Mark.

Hawgwash 09-26-2015 02:22 PM

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Try again...
Windows 8.1.
Original, vertical (portrait) then rotated 90 CW.


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