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Thread: Exif data goes missing after editing on CS3?

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    Default Exif data goes missing after editing on CS3?

    I am using a Canon 30D. I will process my pics in Lightroom first before i transfer them to CS3 for further edit. Resizing and all.

    I will them upload the pics to flickr but i cant seem to find my exif data. Does exif data go missing after you editing the pic? if not, how can i include my exif data in my flickr?

    thanks!

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    Default Re: Exif data goes missing after editing on CS3?

    This will happen if you use 'Save to Web' instead of 'Save'.

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    Default Re: Exif data goes missing after editing on CS3?

    i dont select save for web. i go to 'save as' then jpeg file.

    but i know i know whats wrong with it. once you merge or flatten your layer, you will lose exif data. how can i prevent that?

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    Default Re: Exif data goes missing after editing on CS3?

    Quote Originally Posted by heckcare.der View Post
    i dont select save for web. i go to 'save as' then jpeg file.

    but i know i know whats wrong with it. once you merge or flatten your layer, you will lose exif data. how can i prevent that?
    i have been flattening my pics and saving as jpeg. exif is still intact after uploading to website. did your exif disappear before or after uploading to the website.

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    Default Re: Exif data goes missing after editing on CS3?

    if im not wrong. you have to convert your pics to 8bit before you can save as jpg

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    Default Re: Exif data goes missing after editing on CS3?

    mmm.. i flatten my pics to drag it to another PSD file. so i guess thats why my exif went misssing.

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    Default Re: Exif data goes missing after editing on CS3?

    Quote Originally Posted by heckcare.der View Post
    mmm.. i flatten my pics to drag it to another PSD file. so i guess thats why my exif went misssing.
    ah...thats quite likely

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