I’m attempting to filter and sort all videos in a local folder based on their orientation. I can’t find anything in AppleScript, macOS file search, or video metadata that will make this easy. My guess is that I’ll have to grab the video’s height and width, and then generate a folder for each distinct combination. I’ll then have to eyeball which sizes are portrait and landscape.
- Export all original videos from iCloud Photos (~400GB) and store them locally
- Filter and sort them by portrait or landscape orientation
- Remove videos that meet further specified criteria (under 15 seconds, duplicates, etc).
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I have a problem with my Ubuntu installation on different PCs. I need to work with the screen in portrait mode, but if I set this property on the screen, it starts flicker and ghosting windows and stuff in the lower part of the screen and if I move things, them crumble while moving. Anyone has faced the same problem and can help me?
I would like to get screen rotation under manual control.
Action A: set portrait mode Action B: set landscape mode
Both actions with immediate effect, no menu, no confirmation, etc.
I would like to have these commands reachable as regular app. And add it into customizable actions in other apps, i.e. to on-screen drawer (Jina), as Bixby voice command, Bixby button action etc.
Apps I reviewed put such rotation commands somewhere to toggle buttons area or to widget. So they are not launchable on their own. Any idea how to get commands A and B (or one which toggles A/B) available as app?
I would like some help on achieving this image on my D7000:
the only lenses I have with me are: 50mm f/1.2, 80-200 AF f/2.8 and the 18-105 kit lens
I tried B&W with the built-in B&W conversion in the D7000 but I can’t get such sharpness.
So how can I achieve this level of sharpness with my D7000 and the given lenses?
I am working on a school project and I need one page in portrait and the rest in landscape. I would rather not have multiple documents though. Any suggestions?
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My photos rarely have people (faces) in them. Is there a term for such photography?
Is it possible to take a portrait of someone with a telephoto lens (for example 85 or 135mm) without any background blur (or at least with minimal blur)?
I am planning to take portraits of somebody on rooftop (with the city skyline in the background). While I want to achieve the flattering compressed look of telephoto lenses on the face of my subject, I want to keep the skyline background sharp.
Would be grateful for any help!
I have Canon 600D with Canon 50 f1.8 and Sigma 17-70mm f2.8-f4 OS Contemporary lenses. I am looking to upgrade to a Telephoto now, I am considering Canon 70-200mm f4 L USM (non IS), Tamron SP 70-300mm f4-f5.6 USM, Tamron 70-200 f2.8mm (It’s bloody expensive though)