Well, I didn't know you could do that! You learn something every day. Thanks, Jonathan.
Guess which discussion prompted it!
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Hmmm...something is looming into view...
I wish I'd said that. Would it be OK if I passed it on... or a synonym to that effect?
I'm afraid you've lost me there, Oscar.
"On an iPhone or iPad all you need to do is make a small edit (such as crop or change the contrast) when the jpeg version of the photo is in the desired orientation and re-save the photo, updates the EXIF tags for compatibility with this site. No need to transfer to another platform or use any other editor not standard on the iOS platform."
Excellent tip. Thankyou.
Please could someone carry out a similar experiment on an Android device.
I don't think you need to do that Jonathan. Look at "Unusual Sightings" at my pictures specifically or "The Classic Days (formerly at Schloss Dyck)".
All my pictures are posted directly from Android without any messing around.
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It would be very helpful to know that unwanted image rotation never happens on Android devices.
Has anyone ever seen it?
This photo was taken with the handset upside down but Android rotated it to the correct orientation in my images and it stays like that here.
I think it's an Apple thing.