Try the free IExif viewer plugins fromhttp://www.opanda.com , available both for IE and FF..
Gives you a new right click option over a picture to view the exif details..
I have used the plugins ever since Win98FE and am now using it on Vista with no problems..
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If you're using a PC (as opposed to a Mac), download and install Opanda iEXIF. It's a freebie! It adds a view EXIF info selection to your right click context menu, and will spawn a new window showing shooting details. Note, however, that the EXIF info/shooting data is only available for those linked images that haven't stripped the native EXIF..
Great TipI downloaded it and it is perfect!!.
I wondered the same thing. Thanx for the response!.
Image control:Zoom outZoom 100%Zoom inExpand AllOpen in new window..
If you are using the Opera Web Browser all you have to do is right click and hit image properties and all the Exif Data will be right there already built into opera!Visit my photoblog: http://www.fotoblography.com/..
Right click the icon for the image. Select properties from the bottom of the drop down menu. Click the EXIF tag. There it is.It's not what you spend, it's what you buy!..
Mister Mike wrote:.
When I look at the pictures contained in the forum posts I'd like tosee a lot of the data on how it was shot. Is there a way to do this?.
If you are using Firefox, you can download the FxIF plugin. With it installed, when you right click on the image and choose 'Properties,' it will show the EXIF information for that photo...
Is something like Opanda, but that would give you RGB values for any image on your screen. Bring up an image (here or elsewhere), activate the utility, and then run your cursor around the screen like the Info pallette in PhotoShop..
Anyone else think this would be helpful?.