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post #1 of 7 Old 09-03-2019, 06:35 PM Thread Starter
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Posting pictures in a thread

Can anyone explain to me why this site constantly changes the orientation of any pictures I upload. It doesnít matter if I save them in a different orientation, the site always displays them in the wrong direction. Help!

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post #2 of 7 Old 09-04-2019, 07:54 AM
I have never had this problem.
What are you using. iphone, android, PC, MAC, which browser, tapatalk, etc.
I'm thinking phones are prone to do this. Maybe, maybe not.
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Guessing you are using an IPhone?

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post #4 of 7 Old 09-04-2019, 12:17 PM
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Going out on a limb here but I have experienced this for certain....IF you are using an IPhone...you need to take the picture either with the phone right side up and vertical...or if you turn it to a landscape....the phone needs to be oriented such that the take button is on the right side.
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I too have had this problem. I saved the pictures to my laptop as JPG and even tried to save them as PDF but they still do this. Look fine everywhere except on this site! I was provided a solution from another member - This site is so Awesome about that!! But I wasn't computer savvy enough to figure it out. :-(


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I take many pictures with my iPhone and they end up sideways when I post them. So what I do to correct that is: I send them to my desktop via email. I open the picture and save them to my BMW folder.


I'll then right click on the photo and in the pop up menu I'll click on just the word "edit" then "resize" and then "pixel" I lower the pixel count by about 30% and save it. That resized picture will be correctly oriented when posted in a thread.
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I take many pictures with my iPhone and they end up sideways when I post them. So what I do to correct that is: I send them to my desktop via email. I open the picture and save them to my BMW folder.


I'll then right click on the photo and in the pop up menu I'll click on just the word "edit" then "resize" and then "pixel" I lower the pixel count by about 30% and save it. That resized picture will be correctly oriented when posted in a thread.

That's because your photo editor "fixes" the EXIF data on the photo. This is a common issue on pics taken with IPhones. On the site I manage, I have added the ability for attached pics to be rotated by the user when posting.


But the bottom line is, those having the issue can save a correctly oriented copy of their pic with a photo editor, upload that one, and they should be good to go.
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