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Image rotating on upload

Thread began 6/05/2015 11:49 am by Dave W | Last modified 6/10/2015 3:21 pm by Dave W | 1118 views | 9 replies

Dave W

Originally Said By: Jamie
  Are these images that you have taken with an iPhone or iPad? If so, its how they are created and its stored, I believe, in the exif data and you would need to do a search on how to get round this. A quick search found this:

All the best


Thanks for that Jamie. If Ray can't sort it I will look into your idea.
Just followed your link and that would be good if that were the problem, but the photos on my computer are all the correct way up, it's only when using file upload that they revolve 90 degrees.
But thanks for trying to help :-)

(See text I've added to Ray's message which probably proves that you were right in asuming it was taken on a mobile)

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