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I know this. My IPhone does that to me for some reason. Don't know how to fix it. Sometimes they're upside down!

 

It happens when you try to take pics and have your phone at a downwards angle (almost flat), it converts it to landscape. Just lower the phone to be even with the figure (straight up and down lengthwise), back up a little bit, zoom in a tad, and then edit (crop) it to where you want. 

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Looks good!  I need to get around to painting mine sometime.

 

After I finish my orginizing my pit of a desk.

 

Psst, they're sideways

 

I had to turn my head, almost knocked over my iced tea (too late for coffee now).

 

I just turn my laptop on it's side.  Much easier on the ol' neck muscles.

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AHHH Please repost them the right way. I'll give you 10 points...

 

This miniature looks good. That BOOK  and detail with the writing. Nice!

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I saves and rotated the pics ;) the book is fantastic well done and a top with the iPhone. Crop the pic slightly and post it and it will post correctly I have had the same problem ;). Well done

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Thanks. It isn't the picture itself. The picture on my phone isn't a landscape. It a problem with the picture uploader on this site and IPhones. Trust me. I've had this problem before.

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I have used an iphone 3, 4, and now 5. I know on the 5 I can rotate the photo on the iphone. I believe on the 4 I needed to do so through iPhoto. (Are you on a mac or a PC and do you use iPhoto to download your photos?)

 

Anyways, it does look like you figured out a work around for whatever system you have. But I know I had the same problem on my earlier iPhones and later discovered some subtle settings on both the phone and iPhoto that helped. 

 

As for the mini, great job on the writing in the book!

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