1. Ledsteplin's Avatar
    This is a classic reason why I rarely read comments of help online, most of the replies here have nothing to do with the question; the whole conversation turned into a quasi debate about resets. The correct answer deals with the orientation interpretation of various apps/protocols, this occurs a lot, just move a picture around various apps, platforms, protocols, and OS's and you might get motion sickness by the changes in how the picture is displayed. It's no accident that even the dumbest photo apps offer a rotational tool. Something in the standard? Isn't being applied the same by everyone.
    I've used iPhones for over 4 years. I have over 50 photography apps on my phone. I have never had one turn a photo in any orientation it was not supposed to be. Never. Not once.
    05-11-2016 12:24 PM
  2. gernerttl's Avatar
    When i take pictures using my iphone 6s plus and share them with email they are sent upside down. This even happens if i text to the pic to someone and they email it. I first thought it had something to do with using the volume for the shutter but it does it if i shoot the pic by pressing the screen.
    I've used iPhones for over 4 years. I have over 50 photography apps on my phone. I have never had one turn a photo in any orientation it was not supposed to be. Never. Not once.
    The original post was about emailing it or texting it to somebody and then that person emails it. It has nothing to do with the phone itself.

    Like I said, I have replicated it using Outlook Mobile and again with the Mail app. I just took this photo with my phone "upside down" in landscape (home button on the left) and emailed it via the Apple Mail app to my Gmail account. I opened it in Chrome and it displayed in the proper orientation (i.e. right side up). I opened it in the Gmail app on my 6S Plus and it displayed properly (right side up), and I opened it on my Galaxy Tab S2 with the Gmail app and it displayed properly (right side up). I then opened it in Quicktime Player and it displayed upside down, but displayed properly (right side up) in Photoshop and Photoshop Express).


    Photo's emailed are upside down-img_2586.jpg

    This image was taken using ProCamera + HDR sent it using the Apple Mail app, and the results were identical to it being taken with the Apple's stock camera app.

    Photo's emailed are upside down-img_2588.jpg

    As a side note. When I set the file format to TIFF in ProCamera+HDR it displays properly in every app I viewed it in.
    05-11-2016 04:27 PM
  3. ewelch's Avatar
    Blame Apple for a silly argument in online forums?

    Slow day at the Samsung astroturfing office?
    05-12-2016 11:00 AM
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