Picture autororate is great function if all used appliances do it. It annoys when some ones only do it (e.g. smart-TV DLNA client app not able to autorotate, user’s photographs management main app configured to not autorotate on user’s request). Pictures were imported from smartphone camera to Ubuntu. How to switch off autorotate? Distro’s package manager claims app name was “Eye of Gnome”.
GNOME Image Viewer > ☰ > Preferences > Image View > Automatic orientation > Uncheck
gsettings set org.gnome.eog.view autorotate false
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