Thank you for your help. I hope it is corrected now. Not sure why, but it has been bothering me all day.BilboBaggins said:Tablets and smart phones have orientation sensors so that they know which way up it is when taking a photo. The orientation info is then saved in the EXIF data in the image file. Most photo viewers on computers read this info and display the image the correct way up [for us to see]. When you upload the image to a site like this, the EXIF data is disregarded and the image is shown in its raw [rotated] state.
I learnt this the hard way as a system I've developed needed to be able to upload photos and the users were often uploading rotated images. I had to add a tool so they could rotate them :roll:
If it does show as rotated on the computer, edit it to rotate it, then save it as a different file.