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Old Jul 31, 2011, 9:53 PM   #1
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Steven, those are password-protected. We can't see them.

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Nothing there...
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Nothing there...
As many of us do, he's posting links to the images on his Smugmug site. But he's got them in a gallery that's password protected so the only one who can see them is him, until he moves them to an unprotected gallery.
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oops!. sorry about that. Moved them to an unlocked gallery. Hope they are visible now.

I know that the photos are not good technically, as the orangutang was in a deep shadow with harsh back-lighting behind it. But the whole thing just struck me as humorous, as the animal almost seemed to be posing just for the cameras of the crowd.
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I think they're hilarious. They could use a little PP but looking at the EXIf I think they are a fitting beginning to your use of that E3 camera you mentioned.

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Thanks Ted. Yes, PP would improve them, but I thought the camera preformed well on an extremely difficult lighting situation. It was a very bright, hot sunny day at the zoo. But these were shot at ISO 800, f7.1 at 300mm, hand-held at around 1/125sec. The fact that I went to ISO 800 on a very sunny day tells you how deep a shadow in which the animal was resting. My other shots of zoo animals that day were much better technically, but these were funnier.
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Steven, I do think those are good images especially considering the circumstances. I also think that a number of us enjoyed knowing you were able to get out and play with that new toy, and post the results so quickly.

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They could use a little PP but looking at the EXIf I think they are a fitting beginning to your use of that E3 camera you mentioned.

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Sorry if this is a stupid n00b question... How do you view the EXIF data on someone's photos that they've posted?
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Sorry if this is a stupid n00b question... How do you view the EXIF data on someone's photos that they've posted?
Hi JeanieBug. No such thing as a stupid question.

Ordinarily you don't see the EXIF data on photos posted in the forums. But a lot of us here use SmugMug and the shots we post here are just copied from our Smugmug galleries. Depending on the way they are posted here, just click on the photo with your mouse, and it will take you to the Smugmug location of the photo. There you can click on the information symbol and read the EXIF info.
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