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Fixing exposure from insufficient lighting and rotating image from turned camera. It is quite annoying to see pictures that are too dark to see what's in them. Sideways ...
If you haven't already, go to the GIMP website to download and install the appropriate version for your OS. Unlike Photoshop and others, The GIMP is free.
Start The Gimp and load the underexposed picture. From the drop-down menus, select Layer->Colors->Levels.In the middle of the Levels window, you'll find the gamma adjustment field with the ...
So that's who's out there.
No, this Showy Ladyslipper isn't growing on a cliff side, I turned the camera for portrait format.
Load your sideways (or upside down) picture.Go to the Image->Transform menu and select the appropriate rotation you need.Save the file (to original or Save As a new name).
That looks much better. Wasn't that easy? The Minnesota state flower in it's proper orientation.
There's so much more you can do with GIMP, from creating images from scratch to altering existing images. If you make a mistake, just don't save the changes.
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