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    Thank you so much for the information - was wondering why I was unable to locate the EXIF Data information on some photo's. Found this helpful!

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    I dont know if this is any help to anyone, but after a few weeks of using PSE9, I found I was loosing my exif data when using the resize for web option. (rubbish internet connection here) but if I upload the original size it keeps the exif data for flickr no matter how much playing around in PSE i've done..
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    I aske a questin about say february this year.exif.I sse a # is thats all you need or what?.at bottom of pic, in blue.have a great week all,
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    Quote Originally Posted by ferdigold View Post
    I aske a questin about say february this year.exif.I sse a # is thats all you need or what?.at bottom of pic, in blue.have a great week all,
    The EXIF data should look something like this:

    Exposure 0.001 sec (1/800)
    Aperture f/5.6
    Focal Length 250 mm
    ISO Speed 200
    Date taken: August 7, 2012

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    I have a Fuji Finepix HS20EXR camera. I looked through the manual but can"t see where to find the exif info, it certainly has this option. I downloaded file to read this information, found it, even managed to edit the info, but what happens next?
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    this doesnt work when you add borders in CS5..as the new document becomes the main file, and the image just becomes a layer. When i posted my image in the assigments section, i just jotted down explaining why its not attached and if the moderator wants the info, i can send original image that has not been PE that will contain the exif data. Can this be acceptable? if not, do we have to upload two images?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenicbell View Post
    I have a Fuji Finepix HS20EXR camera. I looked through the manual but can"t see where to find the exif info, it certainly has this option. I downloaded file to read this information, found it, even managed to edit the info, but what happens next?
    I would like to join in on some of these assignments, but am a bit scared of making a fool of myself and think there may be others that feel the same way.
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    when you download your image to your computer, right click on the image and select "Properties" then select "Details" (top tabs) there you can scroll down and it should contain all the info for that particular image.

    On a side note to anybody wanting to know the integrity of the "Exif Data" such data can be edited..as you can clear the personal information on the image, you can change the focal length and ISO and so on...So to say this is a must and rule out anybody that doesnt provide the info is still flawed, as this info can still be altered to a point.

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    Thank you for the reply, I will have a look - Jenni

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    Thanks for that. Another question, I entered the 50mm indoors, and manually typed in the camera info I thought was needed. Is anyone able to tell me if the Exif data file was intact with the photo? There is so much to learn - thank in advance. Jenni

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