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Old 07-03-2008, 20:36   #1 (permalink)
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I was perusing this thread
http://www.pixalo.com/community/phot...ark-22470.html
and noticed that stephano mentioned that he noticed
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Also, I notice you were shooting at a focal length of 180mm yet your shutter speed was 1/80.
I was wondering how you can tell by looking at the pics as I have often thought it would be handy to know all the specs for each photo someone has taken? Am I being a doofus or is there some secret way of knowing?
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Nah.......I'm just a genius Seriously.....if an image still has the exif data embedded you can use an Exif Viewer to see the shooting data. I use an add-on for Firefox and with a right click I can see the exif. if you Google Exif Viewer you'll find a few. HTH

PS If an image is saved-for-web then the exif data is not retained in the image so you can't see it.
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If you go to Opanda.com - Professional Photography Software (DigitalFilm, PowerExif, IExif, PhotoFilter) and download their exif veiwer once loaded right clicking the picture will give you an option to veiw exif data
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Cheers indeedy
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