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Hi,

If I crop/rotate/straight an image (after RAW develop or adjustments in Photo Persona)....and then I run one of the Nik Plugins, inside the Plugins windows the image is still showed as the original one (with our crop etc...) sometimes even with white areas where I cropped (see example)

Can someone try it to understand if it's my problem or bug?

Thanks

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After Developing your raw file and before calling the plugin, you need to use: Layer > Rasterise and Trim. Your plugins should now behave themselves.

John

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14 minutes ago, John Rostron said:

After Developing your raw file and before calling the plugin, you need to use: Layer > Rasterise and Trim. Your plugins should now behave themselves.

John

Thanks John!

It worked and solved!

Have a nice day 🙂

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14 hours ago, dfcollin said:

Simone, how did you get the Nik app to accept a portrait format? Every time I open a portrait file in a Nik 2.5 plug-in it is in landscape mode. Where is the rotation control?

Hi,

that's very strange! I don't have this problem. It just open up in the correct way (portrait or landscape)

Maybe someone els can explain it

Sorry

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I think that there is a flag set in the exif data in some cameras which Nik reads. When it returns to Photo, the orientation is restored.

I recall seeing this problem in this forum a while back, but I cannot recall any solution.

@Chris_K at Serif has said (January 2019):

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We are aware of these issues with rotation in the EXIF data not being correctly read. Hopefully we can get this sorted soon

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On 3/13/2020 at 8:01 PM, dfcollin said:

Simone, how did you get the Nik app to accept a portrait format? Every time I open a portrait file in a Nik 2.5 plug-in it is in landscape mode. Where is the rotation control?

Might be an idea to mention the camera you are using to see if others with the same camera have the same issue.

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