Just about every photographer using a camera and Lightroom would understand what is meant by "portrait or landscape" to define a photograph's orientation - (long edge horizontal for Landscape and vertical for portrait.)
Most photographers also know that "aspect ratio" refers to the ratio of one edge length to the other. 3:2 or 7:5 etc.
So, why on earth do Adobe "smart collection" have a filter called "Aspect Ratio" which then lists "Portrait, Landscape or Square" as the three available options? So two orientations and a 1:1 aspect ratio are sort of mixed up.
Why do Adobe misuse "aspect ratio" for filters for smart collection to mean orientation?
And no consistency, in the Crop in the Develop model they offer "Aspect Ratio" correctly to be, well, aspect ratio and not orientation.
Mad? Or is there a reason?
Why not use industry standard nomenclature?
Could we ask Adobe to call orientation, well, orientation?