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    Default How to see settings from uploaded Photo

    Hi All,

    May i know how to see the settings of the pciture uploaded in the forum?

    For example ISO used, Shutter speed used for the picture taken.

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    Default Re: How to see settings from uploaded Photo

    Its called EXIF. You can download UFraw and see the exif and edit the photo as well. Hope this helps!
    7D w/ 70-300mm/50mm1.8/70-200F4L/17-50mm F2.8

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    Default Re: How to see settings from uploaded Photo

    Quote Originally Posted by White Wolf View Post
    Hi All,

    May i know how to see the settings of the pciture uploaded in the forum?

    For example ISO used, Shutter speed used for the picture taken.
    Download the exiftool utility on your computer and the image on your working folder:

    $ /usr/bin/exiftool DSC_2616.jpg | egrep -i 'iso|shutter'
    ISO : 200
    Shutter Speed : 1/250

    Where to download exiftool ? Google is your friend

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    Default Re: How to see settings from uploaded Photo

    Quote Originally Posted by Abbot Man View Post
    Download the exiftool utility on your computer and the image on your working folder:

    $ /usr/bin/exiftool DSC_2616.jpg | egrep -i 'iso|shutter'
    ISO : 200
    Shutter Speed : 1/250

    Where to download exiftool ? Google is your friend
    Who says he's on linux/mac OS?

    TS, even firefox can read the EXIF if, and only if, the person who uploaded the pic did not strip it all out.
    Alpha

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    Default Re: How to see settings from uploaded Photo

    Thanks all for all the advices. I will download them immediately.

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