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Germany Ulm Rathaus

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The historic town hall of Ulm. Now a restaurant with a great view of the old building.

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Travel Information

Park in the Am Rathaus parking nearby.
Crowd Factor A decent amount of people
Best Timing Blue hour/nighttime
Sunrise & Sunset 08:03 - 16:57 | current local time: 10:45
Locations Ulm
Photo Themes silhuetteskyTower
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Spot Comments (5)

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Tim Kidd
Tim Kidd 12.08.2019
Hi all, thanks for your comments and questions. To be honest, these were my first posts on this site and I did them from a hotel in Ulm on my iPad late at night
Jasen Crawford
Jasen Crawford 11.08.2019
Tim, just in case you didn't mean to rotate the image, my portrait photos do this often. Try rotating the image, save it , then rotate back to the proper vertical and save again. Works for me every time.
Manuel Becker
Manuel Becker 12.08.2019
Great feedback. So this issue happens for you as well? How are you exporting your photos that this happens sometimes to you? And one hint: If you want Tim to get notified about your message it's often better to directly comment his photo instead of the whole spot. I have a feature to be able to link people here in the comments already on the todo list though ;-)
Edward
Edward 11.08.2019
Hi Tim. What is the rationale behind the image being 90 degrees away form upright?
Manuel Becker
Manuel Becker 12.08.2019
To be honest I am not sure as well why this is happening. I would guess that this happens when the image is only rotated with Windows Preview or something like that and therefore not really "saved" as an vertical image. I guess we need to implement a feature to rotate the images afterwards on the platform.

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Thank you Heinz Hieke for creating this photo spot and Tim Kidd for improving it with additional photos or content.
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