Why Does Picture Taken In Landscape Show In Portrait Android?

Answer:

The reason your photo would appear this way is because the photo was taken vertically and the image file itself is in this orientation. When you view on a computer, or upload, you may see the image sideways. If so, then would then need to rotate the image using your photo viewing or editing software.

Answer:

The reason your photo would appear this way is because the photo was taken that way (either with the phone sideways or upside down) and the image file itself is in this orientation. For example, if you hold your phone upright and take a photo, the photo is saved in portrait mode or "sideways".


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Frequently Asked Questions

Why is my phone showing landscape?

If Auto Rotate is enabled, your phone's screen will automatically flip to portrait mode when you are holding it upright. When you are holding it horizontally, it will automatically switch to Landscape mode. On most versions of Android, it is not possible to change the direction of your home screen.

How to tell if an image is portrait or landscape?

If the picked image has landscape orientation, it displays perfectly but if the image in in portrait mode (i.e the image was clicked in portrait mode) it is displaying the image with a 90 degree rotation.

What does it mean when a photo is in landscape mode?

That would be in landscape mode. This is how the camera thinks it should be. If you snap a portrait mode photo it's like you've turned your camera on the side and the image will end up rotated. I've learned to shoot everything now in landscape, using two hands and every single photo is oriented properly. funkylogik likes this. Write your reply...

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