Hoosier Writer wrote in post #14009055
. . . school me on what EXIF is and how do I see it?
EXIF stands for: Exchangeable Image File and most of today's digital cameras report shutter speed, exposure, etc. and include that information along with the time the image was captured, the camera used, if a flash was used and a bunch of other stuff.
If you right-click most images you will get a set of options, one of which is "view image EXIF information" and if the information has not been stripped out by photoshop or some other program you can see what and how the image was shot.
That is very over-simplified way of explaining it, but the best I could do.
I hope that helps.
I tried to get a shot on this side of the canyon, but mother nature and the sun wasn't helping me out at all.
|IMAGE IS A REDIRECT OR MISSING!|
HTTP response: NOT FOUND | MIME changed to 'image/gif' | Redirected to error image by FLICKR
EXIF was stripped off this image also, so everything is the same except 1/100 shutter speed and f9 hand held (the other shot was on a tripod).