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Old May 20, 2012, 6:30 PM   #11
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That are both really beautiful shots Eric!
I would like have seen the settings you made for taking this pictures.
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...I would like have seen the settings you made for taking this pictures.
The EXIF data is included in Eric's photos. To see it you need to add one of the free plugins to your web browser, that allow you to read the EXIF data. Opanda Iexif is a good one (for Windows - I don't know about Macs). After you load one of those plugins, you can right-click on a photo and choose the "View properties" or "view EXIF" from the drop down menu (depending on which plugin you choose).

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The EXIF data is included in Eric's photos. To see it you need to add one of the free plugins to your web browser, that allow you to read the EXIF data. Opanda Iexif is a good one (for Windows - I don't know about Macs). After you load one of those plugins, you can right-click on a photo and choose the "View properties" or "view EXIF" from the drop down menu (depending on which plugin you choose).

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I have the Fixf extension in Firefox but can only see SRGB and Adobe Photoshop. With pictures from the others I do see full detail om the settings (if they are in the picture included)
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Ooops! You're right - the camera info is missing.
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