If you’re a Windows user, you’ve probably noticed that some of your iPhone photos are upside down when you upload them on your Project.
The only problem is that when you hold your camera with the volume buttons pointing up, your photos will be upside down on most Windows machines.
If you rotate your iPhone, the camera sensor won’t know about it. It will simply record the image and save it to a file, letting the software on your phone do the rest. To make sure that your photos are displayed correctly, your iPhone adds information about the correct rotation of the photo to the properties of each image, which are specified in EXIF tags.
How To Solve This Problem
You can prevent any rotation issues in the future by taking your iPhone photos and videos with the volume buttons pointing down. You can also use a dedicated camera app such as 'Camera+' for all your photo needs. Unlike the iPhone’s native camera app, Camera+ actually recodes all your photos into the correct orientation.
If you already have a lot of photos that are shot upside down, it’s best to use software that knows how to deal with EXIF correctly. All Apple software falls into this category, so if you’re a Mac user, you probably haven’t even noticed this issue.
Information Courtesy: Emil Pakarklis