The Writer’s Room on the 7th floor of Alkek Library hosts semi-annual exhibits from the Wittliff Collections that are documented by Digital and Web Services. With five glassed-in wall cases and multiple light sources, the room is challenging to photograph! We photograph each case multiple times with a tripod-mounted camera while a sheet of black foam core is moved throughout the frame to flag, or block, the many reflections in the glass. These shots are digitally combined into a single image without distracting reflections.
In my last post, I rotated 12 images with non-contiguous filenames like 91, 115, 185. This time, though, I have a set of images with contiguous filenames so I don’t need to type each one in by hand.
I rotated the images with ImageMagick version 6 in Cygwin’s BASH Shell using 1 line of code.
I’m on one of our older, Windows 7 computers and need to rotate 12 images 90 degrees clockwise, but I know Adobe Photoshop won’t play well with my 1-bit bitonal scans.
I rotated the images with ImageMagick version 6 in Cygwin’s BASH Shell using 2 short lines of code.