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Old Sep 18, 2010, 5:30 AM   #11
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i meant half your light. typo ,just woke up.
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Old Sep 18, 2010, 8:04 PM   #12
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Thanks Dustin. It looks like the exif got stripped when I resized the shot it in CS3. I just started using photoshop actually, and haven't figured out how to strip or leave that information with the image. In GIMP, when saving a photo you can choose the quality and whether or not you want to leave the EXIF data or not.

camerageak; Well, in a sense I guess you do loose some of the light. However, even when bouncing off the ceiling you are "losing" some of the light. I love the lightsphere, and prefer it over a standard Omni-bounce for sure. It's not "cheap", but for a wedding or portrait photog, I think the investment is well worth it.
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Old Sep 18, 2010, 8:21 PM   #13
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Billy.

if you just use the "Save As" it should keep the exif, it should only strip it if you use the "Save for web" or whatever feature.
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Hmm, I used Save As for that one, and I don't see the EXIF.

Weird.
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hmm... that should not be the case. idk why it would have been stripped.
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