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Old 03-13-2016, 10:12 AM   #1
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Pictures crooked ?

I know it has to do with my phone, but when I try to post pics of our new rv here they are 90 degrees out. Facebook, email, all ok. What do I do here to correct it ? Thanks, Monkey
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I cannot be certain but I would guess that your phone has software that rotates photos if it decides they should be turned. I have and the same problem with Photobucket's software. I had to go into preferences and turn off auto rotate. Go to your phones photo preferences if you can find them (or look in the instruction manual) end see if there is software that can do that. I could be wrong but worth a try.
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Thanks Kahoona,,, I will look into that.... Monkey
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Even when taken correctly the forum changes the orientation. Sometimes they come out correct and other time not. I've tried rotating them and reposting with the same results.
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Even when taken correctly the forum changes the orientation. Sometimes they come out correct and other time not. I've tried rotating them and reposting with the same results.
That would be troublesome. In that case the answer would be to have an off site photo storage account like Photobucket or others. They are free. After setting up your account (including telling it not to rotate pictures) you can drag and drop pics into the storage and then click on IMG near the picture and, if needed, cut and paste the URL that is in that space into the post. You need to leave 2 lines empty before and after. When the post id entered it will tale a minute or two to show but it will be there.

Here is another possibility. Are you rotating your phone 90 degrees (sideways) before shooting? If you leave the phone upright you get tall skinny photos that the software might interpret as being oriented wrong. Landscape format works better. I have never had it rotate one.
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Note that the forum does not rotate photos.

Photos are displayed in the same orientation that they are up loaded.
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