Interesting Finds at the Handmade Arcade


Dear Blog Followers/Readers

Thanks to all who have responded on the positioning of the photos when they view the blog.  It has been beyond annoying and frustrating, especially for those who get the photos sideways. 

Today I spent time rotating and saving and resizing the photos which were shot vertically.  If they are on their side, I hope you will inform me right away so I can go back to the drawing board.  When I look at them they look correct but not for all receiving them.  

I heard from a woman I photographed last week about the auto rotation of photos on various programs.  Here is the link to that information

I knew nothing about Exif Data    

Still working on the solution to proper orientation of photos no matter who views it on ALL devices. 

Now back to our regularly scheduled blog post of the day-   

Handmade Arcade at  Pittsburgh’s David Lawrence Convention Center, Saturday afternoon.

This is Douglas of My Vinyl Resting Place  holding a vinyl record now shaped as a bowl

Deanna of Cleveland Street Glass

When I asked her how she got into this business she said she moved to Cleveland and in just a week her car was broken into.

Mr. Wise co-owner of Second Season packages a pair of Repurposed Redesigned Upcycled mittens made from used sweaters

13 thoughts on “Interesting Finds at the Handmade Arcade

    • These three had the most unusual items I thought. Thanks so much Rainee. Hope all is well with you.

  1. That looks like a fun arcade outing! I love to see re-purposed items. I’ve had no problems with photo positioning when I view on my computer or on my phone.

  2. These all look like amazing finds. I may have to buy some street glass jewelry and mittens for myself!
    (And, all photos are rending correctly for me.) 🙂

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