Rotate images if their exif data says so.
Images that were shot in portrait mode often are safed in landscape format, with an EXIF field telling the real orientation. This module rotates those images to their correct format.
var fixOrientation = ;var url = 'the data url you got from somewhere';;
fixOrientation(dataUrl[, opts], fn)
fn with the orientation fixed version of
fn will get an
Image object of the fixed data url as a second
dataUrl's file format will be preserved.
With npm do:
npm install fix-orientation
Then bundle for the browser with browserify.
to get a local server running, so you can test this with your images.
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