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Thread: How to maint. exif info after touch up from Photoshop?

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    Default How to maint. exif info after touch up from Photoshop?

    Hi Guys,

    I find that, after I save the pictures from Photoshop. I've lost its exif info. Is there anyway to solve this problem?

    I do see that,. some of the pictures posted in the forum has been edited in photoshop but its exif reminds still.

    Any idea?

    Thanks in advance.
    ST.
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    If you save for web, you will loose your EXIF. If you start with a JPEG from the camera, stay in JPEG format, save as JPEG...the EXIF will be preserved.

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    OIC.

    Thank you very much
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    Sorry for digging an old thread. But is there a way to retain EXIF information when I start with RAW --> JPEG finally???

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    I used to use Exif Util's exifcopy... which is command line...

    Did a search and found this link http://www.inweb.ch/foto/exifjpg.html

    Anybody who have used it please feedback so we can learn from each other.

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    From RAW (NEF), I just edit in Photoshop CS then change to 8-bit mode and save as JPEG. Everything is retained, including ISO information. Download the CAMERA RAW v. 2.2 from Adobe.com

    Cheers
    GYR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gymrat76
    From RAW (NEF), I just edit in Photoshop CS then change to 8-bit mode and save as JPEG. Everything is retained, including ISO information. Download the CAMERA RAW v. 2.2 from Adobe.com

    Cheers
    GYR
    Hmmm is it? I used to do that, but find that some EXIF like len used and a bit of other image information missing. Maybe I'll try it again.

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    Not sure about lens info, and can't check now cause don't have NC4 in the office, but almost everything else shows up in pBase. Here's a photo taken in NEF, edited and saved in JPEG using Photoshop CS:

    http://www.pbase.com/image/31764398&exif=Y

    GYR

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    Ok, cause I'm using the gallery s/w so like some of the information gets lost. Looks good

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    How can this EXIF info be accessed once you have saved it as a jpg file? Can this EXIF info be accessed in anyway aside from using PS 7, CS, etc etc?

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    If you have breezebrowser and you converted form RAW files, you can select your RAW files and do a Tools->EXIF Copy to the folder where you stored your JPGs. This will restore all the Canon-specific EXIF information that PS 7 and above doesn't carry over.

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    tks nutek! Appreciate ur help and advice.

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