Whenever photos are uploaded into the Listing Media section of the listing, the photos will usually appear in the correct orientation that they are saved in on your device.
However, there are times where photos that have been taken on a mobile device will appear in the correct orientation on the device, but once uploaded into any site (including BLI), the photo will rotate automatically. This is due in part because of the orientation of the device was held in and the photo settings in place at the time the photo was taken, which help in rotating the photo once it's uploaded.
To fix this so that the photos will remain in the correct orientation once uploaded, simply rotate the original photo on the device all the way around so that once that's done, it'll lock the correct orientation in place once the photo is uploaded.
Below are helpful guides to show where to rotate photos on both Android and iOS!
1. Open the photo up through Google Photos that you want to rotate, and tap on the pencil icon at the bottom of the screen:
2. Tap the Crop icon on the bottom right hand corner of the screen:
3. From the Crop menu, tap on the Rotate photo icon on the bottom right hand corner:
4. Rotate the photo around fully to the orientation that you want to set it in, then click Done to save your changes.
1. Open the photo through the Photos app and tap on the Edit button in the top right hand corner:
2. Tap on the Crop button on the bottom of the screen:
3. Tap on the Rotate button:
4. Tap on Done once the photo is set in the correct orientation.
*Note: iOS does not allow the photo to be saved once it's fully rotated around back to it's original orientation, so it would be recommended to rotate the photo once (90 degree rotation), tap Done, then repeat the process again and rotate the photo around back to it's correct orientation and tap Done again.