I'm absolutely clueless about method 2 using flickr. I'll just stick to the program using method 1 I guess.
any idea when on an iPhone when you choose a reduce resolution to upload it causes the picture to rotate?
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Click OK and voilà.
That works perfectly
@Velocio, how come my photos (posted from iPhone) are desaturated by the forum upload process? Hard to show, but this is the same photo, displayed on Instagram behind and once uploaded to the forum in front. It’s the same comparing images in the native photos app vs. uploaded to forum.
Images have EXIF metadata removed and are compressed if applicable, but no colour transformation or anything like that is applied.
It is far more likely that what you're seeing are apps that read the EXIF and see the photo is taken on an iPhone (whilst also being displayed on an Apple device) then add effects and saturation to make them look richer.
So nothing in the photo is removed, but full EXIF and dedicated apps may mean things are added which then makes it look different.
If someone has deep knowledge of image processors wishes to do a side by side compare, feel free.
Also... the raw version of an image is always available on this site if you curl it.
Thanks! What’s curl?
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