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    Dear all,

    how i do retrieve d'information used during photoshooting (e.g:shutter speed,aperture,etc.) after i transfer images to my desktop? Someone briefly showed me once,but i cant recall.
    i tried under properties,it only revealed image size,date taken,type&dimension..haiz.


    greatly appreciate for advice.

    regards,
    morticia

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    Default Re: retreiving image info

    it is called "EXIF data"

    what software are you using?

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    Default Re: retreiving image info

    im using adobe photoshop..

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    Default Re: retreiving image info

    If you're shooting RAW, the Adobve Bridge shows these data too.
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    Default Re: retreiving image info

    Quote Originally Posted by morticia View Post
    im using adobe photoshop..
    then it is easy

    1. open the image you want to read the exif data
    2. click on file
    3. click on file info
    4. then explore untill you get tired

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    Default Re: retreiving image info

    thank you so much,ortega..manage to get d'info.
    Zac08,Im nt shooting RAW for these pics, and i also tried bridge..duno find under where..lol :-p
    Btw, can i shoot RAW and Jpeg @d' same time? will it affect quality of d'pics?
    (wonder if i cn switching d'setting while shooting same subjects)

    thanks alot!

    Morticia

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    Quote Originally Posted by morticia View Post
    thank you so much,ortega..manage to get d'info.
    Zac08,Im nt shooting RAW for these pics, and i also tried bridge..duno find under where..lol :-p
    Btw, can i shoot RAW and Jpeg @d' same time? will it affect quality of d'pics?
    (wonder if i cn switching d'setting while shooting same subjects)

    thanks alot!

    Morticia
    Why do you keep using d' instead of "the"?

    As for RAW+JPEG, that depends on your camera. The Sonys can do it.
    Alpha

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    Default Re: retreiving image info

    Quote Originally Posted by morticia View Post
    thank you so much,ortega..manage to get d'info.
    Zac08,Im nt shooting RAW for these pics, and i also tried bridge..duno find under where..lol :-p
    Btw, can i shoot RAW and Jpeg @d' same time? will it affect quality of d'pics?
    (wonder if i cn switching d'setting while shooting same subjects)

    thanks alot!

    Morticia
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    And check the Metadata panel. You should then see File properties, IPTC core and Camera Data (Exif) I normally close the first 2 and show only the Exif for more reference.
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    Default Re: retreiving image info

    Dear,all,
    Thanks for your expertise! :-)

    Rashkae,rushing for time,usually i type short form.d' for the.
    merci!

    best regards :-)

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