I imported some sequences I captured last week onto my laptop and while analysing them in Lightroom, I noticed that the the path of the images didn’t line up along the road and it dawn on me that the longitude values are ‘mirrored’ for some time and then magically they are corrected.
Attached screenshot show this: the blue line on the map is the path I drove on and the orange blobs indicate the no of images at that particular location. At the zoom level that I took the screenshot, a lot of images are bunched into a single blob, but that’s normal.
As you can see, until it reached the point (shown in red line), the coordinates of the images (shown in yellow path) are mirrored or reflection relative to the vertical plane indicated by the red line, and some how it then managed to correct itself and aligned with the road I was driving on (shown in green arrow).
I’m not sure I’m explaining myself clearly, but I hope the screenshot helps.
Is there a way to correct the images which are ‘wrong’, using some sort of a script?