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    Hmm, I don't know why this is 90 degrees rotated?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hndymn View Post
    Hmm, I don't know why this is 90 degrees rotated?
    Was it taken and uploaded from an iPhone? This is a known issue with how iPhones/Apple internally mark the picture information. It's possible to play with the image off the phone, reorient it a different way and then re-upload.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 20774 View Post
    Was it taken and uploaded from an iPhone? This is a known issue with how iPhones/Apple internally mark the picture information. It's possible to play with the image off the phone, reorient it a different way and then re-upload.
    It can be done on an iPhone as well. At least on my XR running IOS 14.6.

    Tap on the picture in the photo app. Tap the edit button at upper right, tap on the button on the bottom that displays a picture rotating. And finally use the button upper center to rotate the picture counter clockwise.
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