The data after the fact??

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  1. realitycheck3907

    realitycheck3907 TPF Noob!

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    Hey guys I dont know whats its called, maybe exif file? But I think I saw the other day people said they could look at the ISO, Exposure, Aperature and stuff after someone had taken the picture. How do you do that?
    Thanks for the help. Im really new at this.
     
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    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    most image viewing programs can display the EXIF data. how you do it really depends on the viewer you use.

    Also, when browsing images on the web, there are plugins available for most browsers to display the EXIF of images on webpages.
     
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    How about picasa and photoshop?
     
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    Never mind I found it. Thanks
     

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