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I like how soohk did in the first couple of posts, giving info about camera, lens, aperture and exposure!

If you use Firefox, there is a useful little addon called EXIF Viewer

recommended by Tywais.

Once it is loaded you can right click on any image and all the details are revealed.

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I like how soohk did in the first couple of posts, giving info about camera, lens, aperture and exposure!

If you use Firefox, there is a useful little addon called EXIF Viewer

recommended by Tywais.

Once it is loaded you can right click on any image and all the details are revealed.

If you are mac user .... try this

http://homepage.mac.com/aozer/EV/index.html

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I like how soohk did in the first couple of posts, giving info about camera, lens, aperture and exposure!

If you use Firefox, there is a useful little addon called EXIF Viewer

recommended by Tywais.

Once it is loaded you can right click on any image and all the details are revealed.

Thank you astral. Working for most photos, not all. No EXIFDATA.

But I cannot see what lens used.

:):D:)

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Some photographers may remove the exif data, possibly, accidentally during editing, which is shame.

I agree that the focal length does not show on some of the photos.

Looking at my own library the focal length and aperture selected is shown,

but not the overall paramters of the lens.

You can try downloading the photo, then viewing it with FastStone.

Then right click for the image properties.

A little more long winded, but it may show extra details.

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Some photographers may remove the exif data, possibly, accidentally during editing, which is shame.

I agree that the focal length does not show on some of the photos.

Looking at my own library the focal length and aperture selected is shown,

but not the overall paramters of the lens.

You can try downloading the photo, then viewing it with FastStone.

Then right click for the image properties.

A little more long winded, but it may show extra details.

Yeah, I have done that sometimes, using ACDSee Proo.

Thanks astral!

:):D:D

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A330 of royal jordanian

well done... 5 points :thumbsup:

(105+ when you get the airbus model correct... you almost got it....)

Sorry did not pay enough attention to the location of he engine to see it was a 4 engine plane so A340-200 instead of he A320-200 :P

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Sorry did not pay enough attention to the location of he engine to see it was a 4 engine plane so A340-200 instead of he A320-200 :P

full points.. :clap2:

RJ A340-200. Didn't think anyone on here would get it just from a wing shot..

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