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Old Sep 9, 2010, 2:28 PM   #1
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Does anyone know how to retain exif data when uploading?
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Old Sep 9, 2010, 2:34 PM   #2
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That image has EXIF data. ;-)

[ PhotoME ]
PhotoME version: 0.82 (Build 891)

[ Overview ]
URL: http://i250.photobucket.com/albums/g...91-1Medium.jpg
File type: JPEG
File size: 62.1 KB
Creation date: 9/10/2010 18:53
Last modification: 9/9/2010 14:34
Make: FUJIFILM
Camera: FinePix HS10 HS11
Software: Microsoft Pro Photo Tools
Dimension: 800 x 600 px (0.5 MP, 4:3)
Focal length: 4.2 mm
Aperture: F2.8
Exposure time: 1/42"
ISO speed rating: 200/24
Program: Normal program
Metering Mode: Pattern
Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode

[ JPEG ]
Application Segment 0 (JFIF): 0x00000006
Application Segment 1 (Exif): 0x00000018
Encoder: Independent JPEG Group library (used by many applications), Quality: 75
and maybe some other software or cameras
Encoder Signature: 2851EEA5E15F1B977C1496A77C884B4F:221111
Color Mode: RGB color
Subsampling ratio of Y to C: YCbCr4:2:0
Encoding Process: Baseline DCT, Huffman coding
Bits per Sample: 8 bps
Image Height: 600 px
Image Width: 800 px
Number of image components in frame: 3 comp.

[ Image ]
Image title: Almost there
Manufacturer: FUJIFILM
Image input equipment model: FinePix HS10 HS11
Orientation of image: 0 (top/left)
Image resolution in width direction: 72 dpi
Image resolution in height direction: 72 dpi
Unit of X and Y resolution: inch
Software: Microsoft Pro Photo Tools
File change date and time: 2010-09-09 19:01:19
Y and C positioning: Co-Sited
Copyright holder: Matt McKenzie 2010
Exif IFD Pointer: 0x000009FC
Title: Almost there
Author: Matt McKenzie
Custom image processing: Custom process
Exposure mode: Auto exposure
White balance: Auto
Scene capture type: Standard
Sharpness: Normal
Subject distance range: Unknown
PRINT Image Matching: 0x000001D4
Padding: 2060 bytes
Offset Schema: 0x00001064

[ Thumbnail Info ]
Compression scheme: JPEG (old-style)
Image resolution in width direction: 0.0104 dpi
Image resolution in height direction: 0.0104 dpi
Unit of X and Y resolution: inch
Offset to JPEG SOI: 0x00000C1C
Bytes of JPEG data: 5517 bytes

[ Camera ]
Exposure time: 1/42"
F number: F2.8
Exposure program: Normal program
ISO speed rating: 200/24
Exif version: 2.21
Date and time of original data generation: 2010-09-10 18:53:44
Date and time of digital data generation: 2010-09-10 18:53:44
Meaning of each component: YCbCr
Shutter speed: 5.4 Tv (1/42.2")
Aperture: 3 Av (F2.8)
Brightness: 2.4 (5.3 fL)
Exposure bias: 0 EV
Maximum lens aperture: 3 Av (F2.8)
Metering mode: Pattern
Light source: Unknown
Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
Lens focal length: 4.2 mm
Supported Flashpix version: 1.0
Color space: sRGB
Image width: 800 px
Image height: 600 px
Focal plane X resolution: 6129 ppcm
Focal plane Y resolution: 6129 ppcm
Focal plane resolution unit: cm
Sensing method: One-chip color area sensor
File source: Digital Camera
Scene type: A directly photographed image

[ JPEG File Interchange Format ]
JFIF Version: 1.01
Units for the X and Y densities: X and Y are dots per inch
Horizontal pixel density: 72 dpi
Vertical pixel density: 72 dpi
Thumbnail horizontal pixel count: Not set
Thumbnail vertical pixel count: Not set

[ PRINT Image Matching ]
PrintIM Version: Version 2.5
??? (0002): 0x00000001
??? (0101): 0x00000000
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Old Sep 9, 2010, 2:37 PM   #3
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Thanks, can you delete the double post please?
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If you mean when you attach a photo to a post here (versus embedding a link to a photo sharing site), then you'll need to make sure the file size is 253KB or smaller, and the dimensions do not exceed 1024 pixels on the longest side.

Otherwise, the forums software is going to strip out the EXIF. See this post for more details:

http://forums.steves-digicams.com/ge...st1026659.html
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Old Sep 9, 2010, 2:45 PM   #5
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Link doesn't work!
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Old Sep 9, 2010, 3:20 PM   #6
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Sorry about that. I accidently removed the post. In any event, the key is to make sure the file size does not exceed 253.9KB (260,000 bytes), and the longest side does not exceed 1024 pixels.

Otherwise, the forums software is going to strip out the EXIF and recompress the image, which can result in degraded image quality.

If you use the paperclip icon to attach an image (which uploads it to our servers), make sure to pay attention to the maximum file and dimension sizes allowed in the attachments manager. If your image is within the maximum sizes allowed, the forums software will not modify the images.

Note that these restrictions do not apply if the image is being hosted elsewhere (as in the image you included in this thread). But, we'd still prefer you keep the size and dimensions to a reasonable level (as not everyone has a higher resolution display, meaning they may need to scroll to see an entire image), and not everyone has a broadband internet connection (which can increase page load times). That's one reason we prefer that images are no larger than 1024 pixels on their longest side with a smaller file size.
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Old Sep 12, 2010, 6:08 AM   #7
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Closer.....



Closer still......



And while I was outside, caught the tail end of an epic battle.....Spider vs Wasp ( sorry about the backlighting, not much choice! )

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