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    EXIF data?

    Just wondering how you get the EXIF data from someone else's image?

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    I use Firefox with an addon called "Exif Viewer". This gives me a r-click option to view an image's Exif data.
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    What Internet browser do you use? Then we can recommend and add-on. Once installed, you right click a photo to get the menu item to view EXIF. Note that not all photos contain EXIF when loaded to AP. Some strip that information from their photos
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    Hi Jasper, there are many EXIF readers you can download, as stated Firefox has an add on. Opanda is another stand alone. Google "exif reader" and down load one or two to see which one you like . Most are only small programs and once installed give you a right click option.
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    The LIBRARY to the rescue... EXIF and Other Plugins
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    David , If you download opanda , Where does it go , Do you get a desktop icon , I'm talking Windoz here , Or does it just go on the Hard drive somewhere ? Just saw Kyms link to the Libary, That might help
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    Quote Originally Posted by William View Post
    David , If you download opanda , Where does it go , Do you get a desktop icon , I'm talking Windoz here , Or does it just go on the Hard drive somewhere ? Just saw Kyms link to the Libary, That might help

    Yeah Bill, Opanda has versions for FF and Internet Explorer (IE), download and install, then right click on a photo and if EXIF is available it will be displayed. Link http://www.opanda.com/en/iexif/
    There are others available

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    I use the firefox add on, no brainer download

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    Yehhh , I did it , Thanks David and Kym, Pretty extensive readout , Wonder how you get to use the GPS function , Must be something on newer Cameras

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    Thanks Jasper2011 for asking the question. Have been wondering myself how very detailed CC was given (f/.., ISO etc) when I could not see any info of that in the post. Just assumed that because I had less than the required 30/50 exif info would not yet be available to me.

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