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This picture was taken February 23, 2012 using a Canon EOS 550D
Actually i forgot to take note of the EXIF, but i hope this passed the requirement for this week's assignment
auto focus mode, no flash[/QUOTE]
Since your picture is on Flickr, to get your exif data, just pull up your picture on Flickr and on the right side of the page under your name, it states the date and type of camera used. Click on Canon 550. This will bring up your exif data. Copy and paste it to your entry on DPS using the edit button. You only need to post the date taken about the first 5-6 lines of the exif data, (It will save space if you delete the empty spaces between the exif data info.)
Last edited by Claudia5573; 02-23-2012, 12:14 PM.
Reason: added name
Sorry again, I really can't find any other exif data for my photos on Flickr than this:
Crista, first you need to select one of your photos for the assignment and label it as "Assignment, Composition Odd Numbers" so it can be considered. You can post more than one if you need to but only ONE can be in the assignment.
Secondly to get the EXIF data in Flickr you'll need to change an option in your Flickr account. Go to "Your Account" then "Privacy & Permissions" 6 lines down you'll see "Hide your EXIF data", change this to "no".
Then open up the picture you want to get the EXIF data from, under "Actions" on the left top you'll see "view Exif data" or click on the name of your camera on the top right(it will be blue, telling you it's a link) Then copy and paste the data across to here, you only need the top 5 or 6 lines and delete out the spaces to make it neat and tidy.
Skill in photography is acquired by practice and not by purchase. – Percy W. Harris
Loving the shots so far, three seems to be a popular choice!
While walking on the wharf in downtown Auckland, these three things - cranes? - caught my eye. I kept walking until clouds lit by the sunset appeared behind them, then got the shot.