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Old Jun 14, 2005, 6:43 PM   #11
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what kind of camera and equipment were you using for these shots?

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Old Jun 14, 2005, 8:20 PM   #12
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Looks like Fuji Finepix S7000 and the Canon 20D
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Old Jun 15, 2005, 12:56 AM   #13
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Just wondering how you can tell?
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Old Jun 15, 2005, 3:53 AM   #14
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Exactly as VIZnquest said FujiS7000 and the Canon 20D! the Canon was hand held and i was using the EF 75-300mm 4-5.6 lll USM lense and the Fuji was on manual settings.
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Old Jun 15, 2005, 4:01 AM   #15
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Dead on! the lone signets were with the FujiS7000 and the other two with the Canon 20D, as already asked please tell how you know!! regards. bev.
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The same way that I know the Canon 20D shot was taken at 270 mm, f5.6, iso 200, 1/500sec, and the photo was taken at 6.21pm and 35 seconds on the 5th June 2005. And it was edited in Photoshop Elements 2. And you were wearing a red jumper :-).

In fact, only the first pic was with the 20D.

vIZnquest looked at the Exif info for your photos.

This can be done with any number of Exif readers available for free or to buy, a lot of editing software allows this, for example Photoshop and you can actually get this information in Windows. With the image saved to your hard drive, right click and choose properties. Click on Summary and then on Advanced if it isn't already showing.

If when doing this you still see no information it is usually because the owner of the photo has removed the Exif information or editing software has done it during the processing/saving procedure. For example when 'saving for web' in PS.

Nice pics by the way .


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Wow! thanks for that info,although a little scary!! oh yes i was trying to catch you out with the what camera was used!!??? and my jumper was blue! regards. Bev.
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Wow! thanks for that info,although a little scary!! oh yes i was trying to catch you out with the what camera was used!!??? and my jumper was blue! regards. Bev.
At least I guessed it was a jumper :lol:.

This information can be helpful, for example when your photo comes out a bit yuck, you can check the Exif to see what settings you had the camera in and change accordingly, it also helps others to give technical advice when requested.

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Many thanks, something new i have learnt and will put into practice. regards. Bev.
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