Pics from the 55mm deal. 56ker's beware

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  1. hankejp

    hankejp TPF Noob!

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    Thought I would post these in a new thread for the 56ker's. Without further ado:

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    Um...hello? Settings?

    Here's how you retrieve your exif data (overread told me how to do this this morning):
    Go to where your pictures are in whatever folder on your computer.
    Open the folder>right click on a picture>go to properties>on my computer it has a tab that says "meta info" on it, I click that and it gives me all the data.
    I use a Linux machine, though, so I don't know if it'll be the same for a Windows machine.
     
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    hankejp TPF Noob!

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    I'm looking for a program to harvest the info of all the pics. I can't copy the info from the properties and paste in here.
     
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    hankejp TPF Noob!

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    well let's try this:

    All pics are:
    Width - 3008
    Height - 2000
    Horizontal and Vert. resolution - 300 DPI
    Bit Depth - 24
    Frame Count - 1
    Color Representation - sRGB
    Flash Mode - No Flash
    Focal Length - 0mm
    F Number - F/0
    ISO - 1600
    Light Source - Unknown
    Exposure Program - Unknown
    Exposure Compensation - 0 step

    1.) 1/4000 sec.
    2.) 1/4000 sec.
    3.) 1/60 sec.
    4.) 1/60 sec.
    5.) 1/60
    6.) 1/80
    7.) 1/125
    8.) 1/125
    9.) 1/60
    10.) 1/60
    11.) 1/60
    12.) 1/60
    13.) 1/50
    14.) 1/80
     
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    Chewbecca TPF Noob!

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    your pics are hosted on Flickr.
    If you bring a pic up on flickr, on the right there were be a blue link that says "more properties". Click on that and it should show you ALL your data.:mrgreen:
     
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    your exif data isn't embedded in your pictures.
     
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    Damn, It would help if I looked a little.

    1,)
    Camera:Nikon D40
    Exposure:1/4000 sec
    Aperture:f/0
    Focal Length:0 mm
    ISO Speed:1600
    Exposure Bias:0/6 EV
    ISO Speed:1600
    Orientation:Horizontal (normal)
    X-Resolution:300 dpi
    Y-Resolution:300 dpi
    Software:Ver.1.10
    Date and Time:2008:10:01 16:26:25
    YCbCr Positioning:Co-Sited
    Exposure Program:Manual
    Date and Time (Original):2008:10:01 16:26:25
    Date and Time (Digitized):2008:10:01 16:26:24
    Compressed Bits per Pixel:4 bits
    Maximum Lens Aperture:0/10
    Metering Mode:Center Weighted Average
    Sub-Second Time:60
    Sub-Second Time (Original):60
    Sub-Second Time (Digitized):60
    Color Space:sRGB
    Sensing Method:One-chip colour area sensor
    CFA Pattern:BLUE GREEN GREEN RED
    Exposure Mode:Manual
    Digital Zoom Ratio:1/1
    Gain Control:High gain up
    Compression:JPEG
    Colour Mode:COLOR
    Quality:FINE
    White Balance:AUTO
    Sharpening:AUTO
    Focus Mode:MANUAL
    Flash Setting:NORMAL
    White Balance Red, Blue Coefficients:572/256, 393/256, 256/256, 256/256
    Thumbnail IFD Offset:2650
    ISO Speed Requested:1600 (May be different to Speed Used when Auto ISO is on)
    Photo corner coordinates:0, 0, 3008, 2000
    Tag::Nikon Type 3::0x001B:0, 3040, 2014, 3040, 2014, 0, 0
    Tag::Nikon Type 3::0x001D:3335608
    Tag::Nikon Type 3::0x001E:1
    Tone Compensation (Contrast):AUTO
    Lens Type:1Lens Min/Max Focal Length, Min/Max Aperture:0/10, 0/10, 0/10, 0/10
    Bracketing & Shooting Mode:Shooting Mode: Continuous AE/Flash Bracketing Off White Balance Bracketing Off
    Tag::Nikon Type 3::0x008A:255
    Colour Mode:MODE3a
    Lighting Type:NATURAL
    Noise Reduction:OFF
    Tag::Nikon Type 3::0x009A:605/100, 605/100
    Tag::Nikon Type 3::0x00A2:2520378
    Total Number of Shutter Releases for Camera:829
    Image optimisation:NORMAL
    Saturation:AUTO
    Image Width:3008 pixels
    Image Height:2000 pixels
     
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    Here is a little C&C:
    The pictures seem grainy to me. I see you set your ISO to 1600 which is not necessary. Play with the IS0 settings and turn them down a bit. Try 400 next time.
    Also pics 13 & 14 are under exposed so decrease your shutter speed and use a try pod.

    I do have to say that pics 6,7,8,9,and 10 are my favorites.

    Keep up the good work.
     
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    Thanks A4. I will have to mess with the ISO. All the pics were taken at 1600. I always forget about the ISO.:lol:
     
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    ^ Trust me, I do the same thing sometimes.
     
  12. Mike_E

    Mike_E No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Will your camera work set to shutter speed mode?
     

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