rotating images

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taken several pictures and when I try to rotate them they seem to get squatty and short.. I will post what I am talking about any way to rotate and not have this happen??
 
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top one is before rotating and bottom is after.. notice the cheeks in the on thats rotated? the bottom just seems to me like there is something not right with it.

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ok just must be my old eyes.. will wait to see what others have to say. thanks Tom
 
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They are the same excpe the rotation. Tilt your head 90 degrees to look at the landscape one as if it was portrait and you will probably see that's it's the same. What you describes happens when looking at it like that, it's kind of an illusion that her expression and face slightly change.
 
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Digital image size is dimensioned in pixels, which is a primary property of the image.

Your images are 640x424 pixels, both of them (one is rotated to be 424x640 pixels). This basic info is always a good thing to know and be aware of. Your photo editor and viewing programs show you this size (especially any resample menu of course).

These are obviously the same size.
 

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