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    Auto-including exif in posted images - LR3

    I'm using lightroom 3 for the PPing, and also to directly publish to Flickr and Facebook.

    It is possible to somehow include the exif data with this?
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    yes, when exporting images from LR make sure you have the "minimize embedded metadata" option unticked
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    Cheers for the reply.
    I had a look and I am doing that already.
    With that in mind, a more relevant question is, how do I view the exif in an image that has been posted to the web, without downloading it and viewing it in a viewer capable of reading the exif?
    Last edited by Irru; 28-12-2010 at 11:08am.

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    Depends on the browser you are using but you need an exif viewer plugin and you'll be right

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    Yep Darrens on the money. Also on Flickr there is a link to view photo info and you can view a lot of the exif data there, Smugmug has the same and I'm sure many other sites do too (fb doesn't).

    I use Firefox as my browser and the add-on 'Exif Viewer' which works fine, just right click the image and select view exif data.
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