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Jun 11, 2010 04:05 |  #1

I am new to the digital camera world and need help with new canon ixus 105.

Pictures stored on camera are upright, and on zoom browser from canon it also upright, but when send to facebook, some are not upright, those which where taken when camera was turn vertically.


Would like to know if there is a possibility to arrange camera in such a way that can send pictures directly from camera to facebook, without having this problem.


thank you very much
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Jun 11, 2010 04:18 |  #2

When sending to facebook or other social sites resize your files to 900/1000 pix's on the longest side the shortest side will take care of it's self..


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Jun 11, 2010 04:30 |  #3

All pictures are recorded and stored landscape. If you take a portrate picture the camera senses which way round the photo was taken and stores this information in the EXIF metadata.Some applications can read this data and rotate the image displayed acordingly, however the actual image file will still be landscape.When you upload the file to facebook it does not read this and therefore your images may be wrong. facebook does allow you to rotate your images easily, or you can do this when resizing them.




  
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