Taking vertical photo with D7000.


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It seem when I tilt my D7000 90 degree to take a vertical photo , the picture dosent appear vertical when i preview it =x. Is there essential setting involved ? Thx in advance.
 

Nubzz

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It seem when I tilt my D7000 90 degree to take a vertical photo , the picture dosent appear vertical when i preview it =x. Is there essential setting involved ? Thx in advance.
Composition issue hehe. Perhaps u wanna look at getting a battery grip for easier holding.
 

ZerocoolAstra

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I think NoobInTraining guessed the intention of TS' question quite well :)
Didn't think of this possibility as well.
yes, should be something to do with the 'auto rotation' setting.
 

catchlights

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I've my camera Auto Image Rotation on, but switch off the Rotate Tall, so able to maximize the viewing areas for vertical orientation shots during preview.

anyway, this is personal preference, you may choose whatever works for you.
 

Sgdevilzz

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sometimes when i transfer out via nikon transfer, it doesn't auto rotate. I've got Auto rotation ON though.
 

mrthinker

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sometimes when i transfer out via nikon transfer, it doesn't auto rotate. I've got Auto rotation ON though.
If i not wrong, auto rotation is only for view in camera LCD. Not any change in orginal image.
 

daredevil123

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If i not wrong, auto rotation is only for view in camera LCD. Not any change in orginal image.
"Auto Image Rotation" will mark vertical images so when you open them up in PP software like Lightroom, it will appear vertical correctly.

"Rotate tall" will rotate vertically marked images to vertical orientation when reviewing on the LCD.
 

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