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Thread: Investigating the image orientation bug: feedback, please!

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    Tin Can's Avatar
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    Re: Investigating the image orientation bug: feedback, please!

    I now always pass any LFPF posted image through PS first

    No flipping needed after that

    I resave to another dated folder

    At the same time I add a cute white. black or red frame, which improves any image using canvas size

    Then I upload the full rez to Flicker

    and pick a size there to post

    ALL images posted online anywhere are immediately stolen

    I don't care

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    Re: Investigating the image orientation bug: feedback, please!

    What I do is to use “save as” is I will add the letter c after the file name. For the first iteration, c1 after the file name. Second iteration I use c2 after the file name. And so on. I use the letter c which, for me, it means a corrected file.

    What that allows me to do is I can view the original file and the subsequent iterations as they will follow the original file. I can figure out if I like what I’ve been doing, not need to save it to another folder unless I want to.

    Thought I’d mention this as this method works for me.

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