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Old Mar 31, 2006, 1:17 PM   #1
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hi. i'm editing my picture using photoshop CS2 (etc cropping). when i save my edited picture, i found that the exif data for the picture is not there. do u know how to maintain the exif data of the picture after i do any pictureediting especially cropping using photoshop CS2? really need help for all of u. thanks.
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Don't use "Save for Web" (strips EXIF). Use "Save As" instead.

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Old Mar 31, 2006, 1:46 PM   #3
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i used 'save as' to save y edited picture.

i cropped my pic and then i open a new file to paste my cropped picture. then i just click save as and save as a JPEG file. then when i check picture's exif data, it not there.

a bit confused now. HELP!!
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Old Mar 31, 2006, 1:49 PM   #4
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exif data that i need such as aperture size, ISO setting, shutter speed, etc.
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Old Mar 31, 2006, 2:30 PM   #5
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mizi_suichiro wrote:
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i used 'save as' to save y edited picture.

i cropped my pic and then i open a new file to paste my cropped picture. then i just click save as and save as a JPEG file. then when i check picture's exif data, it not there.

a bit confused now. HELP!!
Why did you open a new file to paste your cropped image? That's probably why you lost the EXIF (the new file doesn't have any EXIF, since it was not captured by your camera). You're not pasting the EXIF in when you paste part of an image in.

Use Save As with the crop from the Original (without trying to copy and paste the cropped image to a new image).


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Old Mar 31, 2006, 2:34 PM   #6
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how to crop without paste it on the new file? thanks.
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Use the Crop tool, select the area you want cropped. Right click and select Crop.

Then, you'll have a cropped image.

To save it, use the File, Save As menu choice.

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thanks.. i got it now...

but the ISO value is not there. how to make it display? thanks.
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Some models (many Canon models are known for this) don't write the ISO speed to the EXIF using Auto ISO.


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Old Mar 31, 2006, 2:52 PM   #10
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i'm using nikon D50 and most of my pic using manual setting. so i set the ISO. when i check using nikon pictureproject, i can see the value of the ISO sensitivity. but after i crop and do some photo editing and 'save as' asu said before, it does not appear anymore.


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