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Rotation Rotation / Crop / Keystone - To Straighten Lines - Straighten or Rotate Multiple Images - To Rotate Freehand To Straighten Lines Open the Composition tool tab. Go to the Rotation tool and select the Straighten icon or select the Straighten option from the Cursor tool menu bar. Mark-up a horizontal or vertical line in need of correction. The image will automatically be corrected when the mouse-button is released. Use the slider to fine-tune the straightening. (Hover your mouse over the slider and change the setting with your scro...
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Leaf Digital Backs (Aptus, Aptus S, AFI digital backs): Rotating the Image VS Rotating the Menu Icons
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How can I rotate the image or rotate the menu icons on my Leaf Aptus, Aptus S, or AFI digital back?
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Summary The Leaf Aptus, Aptus S and AFi each contain a sensor that is responsible for the Auto Orientation functions of the back. The sensor can tell when you shoot in landscape or portrait mode and can be adjusted from one of two main functions. Instructions on how to rotate the image and menu ic...
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Rotation & Flip Rotation / Crop / Keystone Learn how to flip, rotate and even straighten a horizon in an image. - Straighten lines - Straighten or rotate multiple images - Rotate freehand - Flip an image Straighten lines Go to the  Lens Tool Tab . Go to the Rotation & Flip tool and select the Straighten icon or select the Straighten option from the Cursor tool menu bar . Go to the Viewer and mark-up a horizontal or vertical line in need of correction. (E.g. Click on a point at one end of a horizon then click on the other end). The image will autom...
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Rotation & Filp Rotation / Crop / Keystone Learn how to flip, rotate and even strighten a horizon in an image. - Straighten lines - Straighten or rotate multiple images - Rotate freehand - Flip an image Straighten lines Go to the Composition Tool Tab. Go to the Rotation & Flip tool and select the Straighten icon or select the Straighten option from the Cursor tool menu bar. Go to the Viewer and mark-up a horizontal or vertical line in need of correction. (E.g. Click on a point at one end of a horizon then click on the other end). The image ...
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Rotation & Flip Rotation / Crop / Keystone Learn how to flip, rotate and even straighten a horizon in an image. - Straighten lines - Straighten or rotate multiple images - Rotate freehand - Flip an image Straighten lines Go to the Composition Tool Tab . Go to the Rotation & Flip tool and select the Straighten icon or select the Straighten option from the Cursor tool menu bar . Go to the Viewer and mark-up a horizontal or vertical line in need of correction. (E.g. Click on a point at one end of a horizon then click on the other end). The...
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Rotation And Flip Orientation sets the image in 90 degree increments either left or right. Rotation sets the remainder between those increments. Flip allows the variant to be mirrored either horizontally or vertically (useful for compositing). View more information related to Rotation and Flip Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
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Rotating, Straightening, and Flipping Images Rotation / Crop / Keystone Find out how to straighten, rotate and even flip an image. Capture One additionally has a semi-automated levelling feature with Phase One IQ-series digital backs — discover how to access and apply it for a fully integrated workflow. - Orient images - Straighten or rotate multiple images - Straighten an image - Rotate manually - Auto Rotate (Phase One IQ series backs only) - Reset Rotate adjustment - Flip an image - Resetting adjustments Orient images Capture One reads the image file's metadata to automatically orie...
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Fuji RAW files Slow Development Times
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  Why does Capture One take 4 times as longer to process Fuji S2 / S3 / S5 images compared to any other camera?
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  This is related to the hexagonal CCD chip used by Fuji. The image is read out in a 45degree rotation so post adjustments have to be done to straiten the image.  
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Leaf Digital Camera Back: Retain texture and detail using the Histogram
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How do I retain texture and detail using the Histogram?
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Summary One of the most used features and most important on the Leaf back is the Histogram tool. Now its not unusual for just about any camera to have a Histogram tool, but what is unique to Leaf is that not only is there a Histogram tool but also the Histogram can be resized to cover the full scree...
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How to change orientation when shooting tethered with a DSLR
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When shooting straight down it is not possible for most DSLR to detect which orientation you intended for the images.  Because most DSLR do not have manual overrides it is not possible for Capture One to tell the camera which orientation to use.  Furthermore Orientation is not automatically copied to new capture because in most normal shooting scenarios this would not be desirable.  It is possible however to manually override this:
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1. In Next Capture Adjustments set All Other to “Copy from Clipboard”     2. Shoot an image, make any adjustments including rotating the image 90* 3. Go to the Adjustments Clipboard and click Copy 4. Manually check the box labeled “Orientation."     5. Your next shot should rotate automatically af...
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