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Rotating Images

Sorry I don’t know why they posted sideways.
I've had that problem when taking photos with my iPhone and emailing them to myself for processing (cropping, downsizing) on my computer. Very often, Portrait taken photos turn out rotated to display as Landscape. Very annoying. Still working on taking photos with the phone rotated one way or another to reduce this problem. Mostly, I've taken to reviewing the photos on my phone and rotating them - on the phone - before sending them. If they get sent rotated, it can be difficult to change that once they are on my computer.

There is a setting in the "Properties" that tells the world what orientation the image is. "Orientation" is the property name, "Lower Right" and "Upper Right" are the settings. I've tried changing these in an attempt to change the display orientation, but it had not always worked when sent to some forum, like this one. This is why I've taken to fixing the orientation on the phone (camera) before transferring to my computer.

Sometimes, it does work to change the orientation in my computer editor, but it is trial and error as to which forums the problem occurs. The photos do always display correctly on my computer, but may not when posted.

You could try going into edit mode in a photo editor and changing the orientation.

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Here is an example/test. I downloaded one of your photos, rotated, cropped and downsized it to 480 wide x 640 tall pixels. I've found this really improves conveyance of the key information within images and display that doesn't exceed the forum display size.

I did not go into the "Properties" to do any of this, just functions within my photo editor.

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Nice shop. I also have a 12x24 shed, they dragged onto the property. I've outgrown it so my wood prep is now done in my garage. Having everything on carts with casters makes a smallish shop work. That size is about the size of a single car garage. I like your shop and I'd bet a lot of folks would love to have one that big. Insulated and wired makes it a shed for all 4 seasons.
 

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New shop, eh? 'Cause it's all neat and clean. >:)
 

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who cares...
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I'm surprised the inquiry was necessary. At least two, the OP and me.

I find comments like these to be functionally bullying, that serve primarily to intimidate without contributing anything to a conversation.

I was verbally abused once in my life, by a very good friend, who is not any longer. I do not tolerate that sort of treatment.

If someone is not interested in posted content, don't read it and move on.

If my comments are inappropriate, I welcome the moderators to let me know. There are plenty enough other forums.

Have a great day.

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I'm surprised the inquiry was necessary. At least two, the OP and me.

I find comments like these to be functionally bullying, that serve primarily to intimidate without contributing anything to a conversation.

I was verbally abused once in my life, by a very good friend, who is not any longer. I do not tolerate that sort of treatment.

If someone is not interested in posted content, don't read it and move on.

If my comments are inappropriate, I welcome the moderators to let me know. There are plenty enough other forums.

Have a great day.

Rick
I could be wrong but I took it to mean who cares if the pictures are sideways.
 

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I'm surprised the inquiry was necessary. At least two, the OP and me.

I find comments like these to be functionally bullying, that serve primarily to intimidate without contributing anything to a conversation.

I was verbally abused once in my life, by a very good friend, who is not any longer. I do not tolerate that sort of treatment.

If someone is not interested in posted content, don't read it and move on.

If my comments are inappropriate, I welcome the moderators to let me know. There are plenty enough other forums.

Have a great day.

Rick
that comment was directed directly to the tipped over pictures and nothing else...
that is all...
in other words...
they're tipped over, it really doesn't matter, it happen and we can still see them...
 
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Nice looking shop with good selection of machinery. I too am space restricted; my garage is 13x20 and is full of automotive tool boxes, sandblasting cabinet, stand up compressor etc......before starting the woodworking hobby anew. My car restoration project has lived inside a "temporary" car 10x20 shelter in front of the garage.....for the last 12 years........

I keep a sliding mitre saw on a rolling contractors stand (modded with bigger wheels) and move it outside/or at least under the garage door overhang in the summer; it gets stored in the basement over the winter. One small portable table saw, a table top Rikon 10" bandsaw and a 14" (with 6" "lift") full size bandsaw along with a combo disc sander and table top router table stay in the garage and get in the way every day. The full size dust collector is installed in the shed next to the garage, saving some space.

It's never big enough, especially if you have multiple hobbies. Being well organized, learning to work around limited space, cleaning up every day and ensuring no more than 2 projects at once are underway.
 

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I'm surprised the inquiry was necessary. At least two, the OP and me.

I find comments like these to be functionally bullying, that serve primarily to intimidate without contributing anything to a conversation.

I was verbally abused once in my life, by a very good friend, who is not any longer. I do not tolerate that sort of treatment.

If someone is not interested in posted content, don't read it and move on.

If my comments are inappropriate, I welcome the moderators to let me know. There are plenty enough other forums.

Have a great day.

Rick
Rick, Personally I can identify with your being bullied but lighten up.Your comments are not likely inappropriate to the moderators but rather over the top. If it bothers you that much, take your own advice and don't read the posted content. Actually, I'm getting tired of the political correctness and the hearts on the sleeve stuff.
 
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