retreiving image info


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morticia

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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.:sweat:
i tried under properties,it only revealed image size,date taken,type&dimension..haiz.


greatly appreciate for advice.

regards,
morticia ;)
 

zac08

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If you're shooting RAW, the Adobve Bridge shows these data too.
 

morticia

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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
 

Rashkae

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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.
 

zac08

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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
Go to View

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. ;)
 

morticia

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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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