Image orientation

You might be wondering about the picture orientation – landscape or portrait.  I take without setting a display orientation – but it was added later.  The reason is the possible slowing of the camera and the quality loss that can come from such pixel rearrangements.  Always start with the highest possible quality – you can always cut back but you can never add to it – whatever appears to happen in the on the TV or movies!  (?Trickery for dramatic effect only, qv CSI programmes!)
A effective explanation can be found at: http://www.impulseadventure.com/photo/exif-orientation.html Mic

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