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Old Feb 8, 2010, 10:09 PM   #21
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thanks Strobe, I dont get to see them often enough
the exif data is in the picture, I use opanda exif reader, it also is a plugin for firefox so you can right click on a picture in the browser and read the exif data
i am at work at the moment so I cant tell you what it is sorry

thanks Penolta, yes in the sun they are dazzling, and way to easy to blow out the highlights

Hi Bernice, all i can say is keep trying

having them in the zoo sure helps lol
we also had a red winged fairy wren in the zoo, but not anymore
looking forward to seeing some of your superb ones
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Old Feb 8, 2010, 10:52 PM   #22
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Thanks Gumnut for that tip about plug-ins for Firefox for reading exif data. I have a macintosh so opanda wasn't for me - but I found the exif viewer add-on at
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3905 - and checked it out on your blue wren. I didn't know how to access the exif data of photos posted to the forum until you pointed the way in your post above. Thanks.
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Onlooker, a free simple EXIF viewer for Mac is found at:

http://homepage.mac.com/aozer/EV/index.html

After downloading, place the camera icon in your desktop taskbar, then you can click on a photo and drag it to the icon and drop it, and the EXIF will appear in a window. The picture you drop will not be copied to your desktop as long you place the cursor arrow on the icon - the dropped image will snap back to the place you dragged it from. As a stand alone desktop ap, it is browser independent, and it will work with whatever program you are displaying the image with. Very handy.
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Old Feb 9, 2010, 3:54 PM   #24
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Onlooker, a free simple EXIF viewer for Mac is found at:

http://homepage.mac.com/aozer/EV/index.html

After downloading, place the camera icon in your desktop taskbar, then you can click on a photo and drag it to the icon and drop it, and the EXIF will appear in a window. The picture you drop will not be copied to your desktop as long you place the cursor arrow on the icon - the dropped image will snap back to the place you dragged it from. As a stand alone desktop ap, it is browser independent, and it will work with whatever program you are displaying the image with. Very handy.
Hey, thanks for that Penolta. Now I can look at exif data from Firefox (with add-on) or Safari with this one (it didn't work dragging from Firefox).

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