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Uploaded photos upside down

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Hi when i upload raw photos to the cloud they appear upside down, jpeg are ok is there a reason for this i don't want to convert the photos just to store in the cloud 

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if all you are doing is using cloud for storage then does it matter which way up photos are as you can correct them when you retrieve for use



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Had to convert all photos to jpeg and now they are the right way up

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@dsotm58 wrote:

Had to convert all photos to jpeg and now they are the right way up


Presumably, you are referring to Camera Raw images, and these require conversion / editing later to another format such as jpg.

Agreed that they should not be upside down, but most software will open the raw file which can then be saved again as raw. Are you opening up the files with software - either the camera supplied software, or photoshop first, and then saving as raw??

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The raw photos are loaded directly into "Photos" on a Mac then moved to a desktop folder then to the cloud.

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@dsotm58 wrote:

The raw photos are loaded directly into "Photos" on a Mac then moved to a desktop folder then to the cloud.


I’m not a Mac user, but the same rules apply.

There have been reports of problems with Raw files on photo softwares.

Make sure that your software is compatible with your camera version, e.g. if using Photoshop Elements, then check for updates.

It should not be too difficult to correct “upside down “ images, though, either before uploading, or after downloading....Raw files are larger in size, but preferable if you want to retain detail (colour range, etc), so it’s a matter of choice.

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