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Dan W.

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Re: Yamadori in their first pots
« Reply #15 on: March 25, 2015, 02:27 AM »
Sweet! Looks like it worked :)

Assuming you're posting from a computer... I think all you need to do is go into your picture file and rotate the files to the correct orientation, before you post. If the original file is sideways then it will load sideways. (Sometimes rotating the picture in one of your viewing programs won't actually rotate the original file, so make sure you rotate the actual file.)
 

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Re: Yamadori in their first pots
« Reply #16 on: March 25, 2015, 06:41 AM »
I use Picasa to store my pictures on my computer. I notice that Picasa will show a picture in what appears to be the proper view, as you would want to view it. But will store it as it was taken, possible 90 degrees off. If I send one of these pics it will be sent in the 90 degrees off .... Sideways view, even though it looks correct on my computer. I have started to use Irfanview to view and adjust my pictures and no longer have this issue.
Don't know if I explain this correctly, hope this helps......
Jay
 

base797

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Re: Yamadori in their first pots
« Reply #17 on: March 26, 2015, 10:57 AM »
Thanks Dan. I appreciate you taking the time to rotate some of the pics (and certainly J.Kent appreciates it). I used my iPad to take, and post the photos and they seem to be oriented correctly in iPhoto. I also recall not turning the iPad (for a wider frame) when taking pics of the trees individually, but probably did for the group pic late in the post and that's the only one oriented correctly when attached. So, perhaps it's an Apple thing where all pics end up going counter clockwise when posted to BSG? Oddly, when emailed, they are fine? I have seen many posts here with the same issue and now wondering if the common denominator is using Apple products?

Jay, thanks for your thoughts and advice.

Patrik

 

Dan W.

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Re: Yamadori in their first pots
« Reply #18 on: March 26, 2015, 11:53 AM »
Lol... I'm sure he does. :) We don't need any headaches going around.

Very nice Limber!