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Old Jan 26, 2008, 11:38 PM   #371
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Questions like that are better asked to Google. You can get a better, more definiative answer there. I know there are programs available for PCs but since I am not PC literate I dont know what they are.
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Old Jan 26, 2008, 11:42 PM   #372
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lol.....I train Microsoft engineers, but I couldn't even turn on a Mac. :-) I was doing a search on google but so far no luck
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Old Jan 27, 2008, 3:43 AM   #373
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carrolf... I'm new at this but maybe this will help...
Here is a screenshot of your EXIF info on your underexposed image...
and a free program download for windows that displays the image and EXIF data. Hope this has been some help..
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http://www.snapfiles.com/get/cam2pc.html


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Old Jan 27, 2008, 7:58 AM   #374
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Opanda IExif viewer...it's free.

http://www.opanda.com/en/iexif/

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Old Jan 27, 2008, 10:47 PM   #375
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hmmmm, D/Led opanda cause it looked like what I needed. It even has a plug-in for Firefox. Unfortunately when I right click an image it says the image doesn't support exif.

Oh well.....I use ACDSee Pro and it gives me all my exif info. Thanks guys. Thanks Kenwood but it looks like that program won't view that info remotely.

Took this today while trying to find something of interest to photograph.


Just tried Opanda in Internet Explorer and it works fine.....Thanks again Hun


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Old Jan 27, 2008, 11:44 PM   #376
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Carrollf that statue sure looks a lot like a nice cartoon series I used to watch with my kids called Gargoyle. The voice was William Frakes (No.1 from Star Trek: Next Generations).
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Old Jan 28, 2008, 1:09 PM   #377
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Very observant Bynx. My wife was a big fan too. As you might have noticed there are alot of Gargoyles around here. Like this one, they are all about 6"-12" tall.


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Old Jan 28, 2008, 6:06 PM   #378
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Hey Bynx....whats wrong with this picture? I shot several in as many modes and exposures as I could.....what should I have used?


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I would have done about 9 exposures. 4 under exposed and 4 over exposed all 2 fstops apart plus the right exposure. Then put the 9 shots together in Photomatic Pro. The photo you ended up with would have been something else.
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Photomatix Pro, Noise Ninja, got any other cool programs that you use? I got Noise Ninja plug-in for Photoshop and a standalone version of Photomatix Pro. Both are very . I sure appreciate that Bynx. I didn't even know those programs were out there.
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