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    i think it is one of the choices on LR3 import. You can import something without any exif data if you want.
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    The Canon EOS utility, which supposedly can connect to all the Canon digital cameras through the USB port, has an option on the main page "Camera setting/Remote Shooting". When you press that menu, then the window changes to another display with "My Camera", "Setup" and "My Menu" options on a ribbon bar at the center of the window. Choosing "Setup" takes to a menu where you can change the Owner's name, Author, Copyright, Date/Time, etc. Changes here are written back to the camera. At least on mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric-holmes View Post
    Ok, I found a guy who's EXIF data looks like this...

    Photographer: Mark Gregory
    Copyright: Copyright © 2010 Mark Gregory

    The bold part is what I am interested in doing. The image comment simply gives me this...

    Flash Fired: Yes (Auto, return light detected)
    Color Space: sRGB
    Comment: ERIC




    I cannot create a category like he has in his exif. Is there a way to do that?
    • Turn on your D90.
    • Push the Menu button
    • On the left highlight the 'Wrench'. That's the Set-Up Menu
    • Scroll down till you see "Image Comment"
    • Enter the Image Comment menu screen
    • Select "Input Comment"
    • Compose your image comment "(C) 2010 Eric Holmes Photography"
    • Once composed push OK
    • Select "Attach" and verify there is a check mark in the box.
    The D90 doesn't have as much space for a comment as the D3S has.

    You can also add it to the IPTC fields when you upload images, using either Nikon Transfer, Lightroom, or Bridge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KmH View Post
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    Page 205 - Nikon D90 Users Manual........
    No way!
    Way!
    Whey!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tirediron View Post
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    No way!
    Way!
    Whey!
    No way!

    The page 205 reference didn't seem to work a month ago.
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