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Old Oct 3, 2007, 3:32 PM   #1
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Hi, when I post a shot to flickr, my exif info is not following...is this something I take care of in camera or cs2
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Old Oct 3, 2007, 8:15 PM   #2
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It may be flickr that is doing it. Just a thought. When you are done processing a photo and it's on your computer ready for upload to flikr - does it still have the EXIF then?
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Old Oct 4, 2007, 1:23 AM   #3
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Like JohnG said, either the program you are using to process your pictures or Flickr is stripping the EXIF information.

If it is the software, there may be an option not to strip the info. If it's Flickr, there's probably no way to change it...
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Donna I think it must be something in your processing.

My exif data is always intact when the pics go to Flickr.
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You have to select the original size to see it. If you look at the images downsized by Flickr, it looks like it's being stripped out. It's in the original images.

Here's an example of one of your images. The EXIF is there. But, if you look at a smaller size, Fickr is stripping it out.

http://www.flickr.com/photo_zoom.gne...017&size=o

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Hmm, looks like it's there on some of your pictures but not all.

I have a hazy recollection that if you have a layered shot in PS and export a JPG from that you may lose the EXIF.

At any rate - some of your photos do have EXIF data available through the "more properties" link to the right of the picture in the normal stream - not necessary to go to the full size pic and download.
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