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most Samsung phones have the ability to change the image orientation whilst camera is active. Turn on your camera as if you was going to take a picture. With the camera image on screen locate the up/down keys on the side of your phone (also used as volume control) using up/down buttons you will find that one button rotates image and the other inverts the image (back to front, like mirror image). This normally solves this issue on Samsungs but if this doesnt solve it (which I expect it will) there is a possibilty of the phone being faulty and may need factory reset? Hope that helps?
Apparently you do that prior to sending the picture by going into the camera option, so MENU, CAMERA then TAKE A PHOTO and then press the left hand 'menu' button' under the left hand screen icon. The menu should appear under the heading of OPTIONS. scroll down to CAMERA SETTINGS. select
2. camera settings and then 1.phto settings and change the picure size to nothing larger than 320x240 and save. That should allow you to send via mms (assuming it's set up and the reciever can recieve photos). If you want better quality pics for the phone or PC then change the picture size to suit but the larger they are the less they'll send.