Upside down Images

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  1. Suehayter

    Suehayter iPF Novice

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    When I email images or upload them on to a we page they are often upside down or sideways when they arrive. Why is that and how can I stop it happening.
     
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    giradman iPad Super Guru

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    Hi Sueh.... - I'm assuming that you are referring to images that you TAKE on the iPad, so I'll address that situation (if not, please post back) - in general, for a portrait view the 'home button' should be @ the bottom; for a landscape view, the 'home button' should be to the right - try this orientation is see if your problem is corrected; for more information, check This Discussion; also, searching on this topic will bring up more hits, if needed. Good luck and let us know if this suggestion helps - :)
     
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    I have it right for portrait view but the wrong way round for landscape. However I mainly take portrait and the problem happens but I will do a couple of test photo and send them to friends to see what happens.
     
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    Well I did a test. I took a photo of the garden all 4 ways. The only one that was right was the landscape with the home button on the right. Both portrait pictures turned round, one upside down and one rotated sideways.
    Any suggestions?
     
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    KevinJS Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Make sure your iPad isn't locked to an orientation.

    What you describe suggests that it is.
     
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    My ipad orientation isn't locked.i have checked but it has never been locked as I had to check how to do it.
     

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