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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2008 8:17 pm 
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When people post there images on the internet they quite often give details of there shot such as aperture, shutter speed, focal length etc..

Do the photographers just remember these details or is there any way to find them out from a photo?

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Most digital cameras add the shooting information to the JPEG or RAW files using the EXIF standard.

Modern image editors and a number of image viewers provide a way to access this data (the menu command is program specific). If you use the Firefox browser you can also install a suitable Add-on. I use Exif Viewer which adds an option to view the EXIF data when I right-click on an image displayed by the browser.

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And when people load those images up to e.g. Flickr, you can view many of the embedded data by clicking on "more properties" when on a picture's page...

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