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Old 11-21-2016, 04:19 PM
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Everytime I post a pic it's sideways, I'm not sure how to fix it I'm thinking it's with my iPhone that's what I use. Does anyone else have this problem?
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I don't have any problems, must be your phone.
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Neither do I. Must be your phone.
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When you take pics, position phone horizontally with "home button" on the right, picture will be good to go then
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Some pictures I post show up upside down. I take them with my iPad with it sideways. Most show up correct, but the attached one and a few others I took at the same time always show upside down. They were taken sideways. Any ideas why? And is there any way I can fix them?
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I've showed this before in a post with 4 pictures taken with the phone in 4 different positions. They rotate by 90 deg each time.

It depends on how you hold your phone. If they post upside down, or sideways, hold the phone differently when you take the pic. Why is this so hard to figure out?? I don't have any issues with it.
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I had the issue for a while, here is what I found. With my iphone 6, I have to make sure my screen rotation lock is off, and I turn my phone 90 degrees counter clockwise and take the photo. They come out find on here doing that, taking screen shots does not fix it either, just the rotation fixes it, good luck!
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I've showed this before in a post with 4 pictures taken with the phone in 4 different positions. They rotate by 90 deg each time.

It depends on how you hold your phone. If they post upside down, or sideways, hold the phone differently when you take the pic. Why is this so hard to figure out?? I don't have any issues with it.
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I had the issue for a while, here is what I found. With my iphone 6, I have to make sure my screen rotation lock is off, and I turn my phone 90 degrees counter clockwise and take the photo. They come out find on here doing that, taking screen shots does not fix it either, just the rotation fixes it, good luck!
I usually turn it 90 degrees counterclockwise so the home button is to the right. It is only a few pictures I have trouble with. All the others are ok. Is there anyway I can fix them after I take them? Is there any settings I can change on the forum before I post them or on my iPad?
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I usually turn it 90 degrees counterclockwise so the home button is to the right. It is only a few pictures I have trouble with. All the others are ok. Is there anyway I can fix them after I take them? Is there any settings I can change on the forum before I post them or on my iPad?
Yes, upload them to an actual computer. The thing this site was designed to be used with. Look at them and upload them from a PC. This forum isn't "mobile friendly" or even set up for a tablet. If you use a PC, it's easy to fix, before, during, or even after post them. That's what the "edit post" button is for.
No, there are no "site settings" that can help you. It really is operator error. Sorry to be blunt.... but it is what it is.
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