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So the camera got the orientation wrong (happens sometimes) but some programs will automatically figure it out and others wont, sometimes by design (photoshop wont). To fix the orientation, just open it in your favorite image editor, rotate it as you like, and save at the highest quality. Next time it will open with the right orientation in every program.


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The orientation info in the EXIF data of the photo is possibly incorrect (either due to some post-processing, or the software used to save it not setting it correctly, or it's not been set correctly in-camera - happened to me before in specific angles). The file says it is landscape although the picture is portrait. The integrated image viewer does not take ...



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