I have received imagery from a surveyor that is currently falling within the Northern Hemisphere and upside down. The following is easy to resolve if its a CAD drawing using the "Transformations" tab under the properties window of the CAD layer within ArcMap. Is there a way to apply the same transformation using Python for each image tile?
Original Position: Northern Hemisphere and rotated.
CAD: Transformation and Rotation
CAD: Transformed (correct location)
Imagery: Current Imagery (Northern hemisphere and rotated)
Any assistance to achieve the following will be appreciated.
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I bet you don't have world files for the images... Sounds like a missing negative sign and a flop of the X and Y coordinates... World files would be a lot faster to fix
I agree with Dan, and would first take a look at the world file first in case a negative sign is missing or reversed.
Some links that might help:
If the world file doesn't work, then I would look into the flip...but make sure you know what the input world file and/or spatial reference is, so you can figure out what you need to correct it. You can usually find out this info in ArcCatalog with are right-click to look at the properties.
(I don't have any experience with the "pillow" python mod...but I plan to check it out too).