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Old Jun 26, 2005, 3:51 AM   #11
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Using the properties dialog of the picture, going to summary and ticking advanced will show exif information.

Photoshop might clobber some information, though, if its been edited

Im actually working on something at the moment, a blog style type thing just for photos. Where it will automatically generate thumbnails etc and extract the EXIF info for the description of the photo. Ive stopped though due to other paid work i have to do
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Old Jun 26, 2005, 6:34 AM   #12
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Using the properties dialog of the picture, going to summary and ticking advanced will show exif information.

Photoshop might clobber some information, though, if its been edited
not sure what you mean here. this only works if you have save the image--right??

irfan view gives great info once you save and open the image.

if an image has been copy and pasted or save from the original a number of programs strip the exif info from it. like i said, it does not work on all images, but i find it a handy app to use.
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Ah perhaps not. I just checked some pictures id edited in photoshop - cropped and level adjustments, etc. And all the exif info seems intact.
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Old Jun 26, 2005, 2:25 PM   #14
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This is a wondeful photograph. Photoshop the yellow thingy out of the bottom of it.
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Old Jun 26, 2005, 4:09 PM   #15
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Ah perhaps not. I just checked some pictures id edited in photoshop - cropped and level adjustments, etc. And all the exif info seems intact.
correct..

copy and paste it in PS and save that copy. it'll be gone.

the link i gave gives you the ability to rt.clik on an online image to view the exif info.
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Thanks for the info on the focal lengths. It would be nice to see it's performance at 300mm.

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