You can find my posts in the following thread as a part one and a second continuation following it. Some of the text is obviously specific to the forum I maintain and slightly redundant, but much if it applies to the Web as a whole. Some websites have custom coding to deal with the rotation problem by using the EXIF headers, which requires custom handlers at the time of upload, but most sites handle photos primarily as attachments rather than strictly as photos-only, so most attachment upload handlers are not designed to deal with the issue since they handle everything from photos to documents, PDFs, CAD files, etc, and are thus intended as a general purpose handler. That said, sometimes the camera gets the EXIF info wrong (take a photo with the camera looking directly down or up and they sometimes confuse orientation), in which case even EXIF-aware sites will get orientation wrong sometimes. The discussion: http://www.ncwoodworker.net/forums/showthread.php?t=58446&p=538398&viewfull=1#post538398 The above is a non-profit woodworking oriented forum that I admin. Obviously it does not compete with QRZ but if any QRZ moderators have a concern please feel free to contact me privately and edit this post and I will forward the URL to anyone interested privately. If you are ever curious as to what sort of info and parameters your specific camera or device appends to the optional EXIF extension headers you can download the free image viewer called IrfanView for Windows PCs, which has a feature that will allow you to view all of the EXIF header content in your photos. Some of the better photo editors, such as Adobe PhotoShop, include a built-in EXIF viewer and editor as well, but IrfanView is free and includes features such as lossless JPEG rotation algorithms and is a nice utility for viewing photo collections and can be redistributed on CD/DVD if you need a lightweight viewer application for friends and family with Windows PCs that may not have a good viewer already installed as it can run direct from the CD/DVD without needing to install it.