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Dec 03, 2012 14:28 |  #1

When you post in this forum how do you post along with the pics , the exif( all info about your pic) ?
Do I have to copy and paste that info? or it comes with the pics How?
To get help about something I need to put that info as well
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Dec 03, 2012 14:34 |  #2

The information (exif) is in the pictures when they come out of the camera... Where that information can be lost is in post processing, so make sure whatever software you use to edit the photos doesn't strip it out when you save changes or change formats. There should be an option in the software to strip or leave the information in the photos.


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Dec 03, 2012 14:35 |  #3

Most of the time it is included with the pic unless you strip it out. In PS I believe "save for web" will do this. Also, many photo sharing sites also strip out the data for all but the original file.


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Dec 06, 2012 15:49 |  #4

gjl711 wrote in post #15321259 (external link)
Most of the time it is included with the pic unless you strip it out. In PS I believe "save for web" will do this. Also, many photo sharing sites also strip out the data for all but the original file.

And how do I see it ? with a right click?




  
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Dec 06, 2012 15:51 |  #5

ernestoqr wrote in post #15334897 (external link)
And how do I see it ? with a right click?

You probably need a plugin for your browser that will let you read it with a right click, but yes.




  
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Dec 06, 2012 15:57 |  #6

if you use firefox, just search for a plugin under exif viewer. then yes, the option will appear with a right click.


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Dec 06, 2012 15:57 |  #7

Thank you Gonzo for replying
but waht pluging ? when I right clik this is what shows
Open in new tab
Open in newwindow
Open inas incognito
Save link
Copy address
Save image as
copy image URL
copy image
Open image in tab
inspect element

t doesnot seems to be any oi this, but I dont know




  
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Dec 06, 2012 16:04 |  #8

what browser do you use?


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Dec 06, 2012 16:05 |  #9
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You have to download a "PLUGIN". Then install it. THEN when you right-click "VIEW EXIF" will be added to that menu.


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Dec 06, 2012 16:07 |  #10

ernestoqr wrote in post #15334926 (external link)
Thank you Gonzo for replying
but waht pluging ? when I right clik this is what shows
Open in new tab
Open in newwindow
Open inas incognito
Save link
Copy address
Save image as
copy image URL
copy image
Open image in tab
inspect element

t doesnot seems to be any oi this, but I dont know

Download this free exif viewer plugin for IE or Firefox.

http://opanda.com/en/i​exif/download.htm (external link)


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Dec 06, 2012 16:10 |  #11

ok got it thanks




  
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Dec 06, 2012 19:06 |  #12

I use PS Elements to PP. When I am done processing, and go to save my work, the new edited image is sent to the folder which contains my original image. It probably waste hard drive space but isn't it worth saving the original image for down the road when my PP skills improve? -rick

davidc502 wrote in post #15321254 (external link)
The information (exif) is in the pictures when they come out of the camera... Where that information can be lost is in post processing, so make sure whatever software you use to edit the photos doesn't strip it out when you save changes or change formats. There should be an option in the software to strip or leave the information in the photos.


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Dec 07, 2012 11:15 |  #13

If you are using the Canon supplied software (DPP) just right click the image and select "Info" at the bottom. An alternative is to click the image so it is active then use the Ctrl-I hotkey combination. "I" is the letter not the number one.




  
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Dec 07, 2012 12:19 as a reply to  @ John from PA's post |  #14

I just save the picture to my desktop. Right click it and select properties. After checking EXIF I just delete the picture.
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