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    EXIF information

    Hi All,

    I see some people refer to the exif of images in here and would like to access that info also so I can see how/what setting are being used to achieve certain things. I have clicked the image and looked at properties but there is nothing there. I have copied the image into my editing software but there is no exif.
    What am I missing here?

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    what browser do you use, cause they are browser add-ons.

    In Firefox, if you go to the Tools / Add-ons menu and search for exif viewer you will find a few. Download, install and then when you right click a photo, there is a new menu item. Remember that some members do not include exif data, so in that case you will not be able to retrieve it
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    Hi Adrian, PhotoME and XMP Explorer are both good exif viewers/editors and are free. Links are http://www.photome.de/ and http://www.logicmighty.co.uk/ (scroll to bottom of page for XMP Explorer) Hope it helps
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    Thanks all for those links...very usefull indeed.

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    another exif viewer which is good and will do both IE and Firefox (have to get another addon for firefox though which is on the site)

    http://www.opanda.com/en/iexif/index.html
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