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13-11-09, 08:20 AM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Ok, here's another way using a good piece of freeware. First download and install Opanda IExif from here
You can install the shortcut to the application on the desktop although it really isn't necessary. Once installed click on your image and then enlarge it by using the magnifying glass (top right of your image). Opanda only works on the original full sized image not the reduced size image or thumbnails. Once the image is opened to full size right click on it and you will now see as part of the menu options "View Exif/GPS/IPTC with IExif". An Opanda pop-up window will now appear giving you all the Exif data applying to your image. Another way (if you want to view Exif data prior to uploading) is to open the image in Windows Explorer and repeat the right click view Exif etc etc.
I actually use the Pro edition (Opanda IExifPro) which costs USD19.95 which also allows you to view the Exif data for TIFF images plus one or two extra features.
Of course the method described above only works for images that have not had their Exif data stripped out, either deliberately by the user or by using for instance the 'save for web' option in Photoshop which automatically strips out Exif data.
By the way, your image was shot using a Canon 450D, f/22, Apeture Priority, ISO200 and a focal length of 50mm plus a few other things.
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