Hello everyoneIt may sound like a stupid question but here it is :I am planning to enter contests where the jury needs to check theexif data ,chiefly the camera used and so forthWhen I used Lightroom , I can see my exif data but I was wonderinghow can I check a jpeg file EXIF data in Photoshop or in the finderwithout opening lightrromThanks for the answerH.
You can also see it in Windows XP and Vista under advanced properties...
I have a mac so that does not help meonce again my question was is there a way to see the EXIF data in PHOTOSHOP..
Go to File, then File Info. there you should find all you need. of course thats how you do it in windows but it should be simular on a mac...
You're going to have to send your images somewhere so take out a trial with any photohosting site and upload a couple of images. Check the Exif data there. Alternatively, I'd be surprised if Photoshop didn't show the Exif data..
And since you're using Lightroom, having created the Jpeg, why cant you see the Exif data in Lightroom?I can when I use Lightroom................
There is a nice little Firefox add-on to view EXIF:https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3905.
It's handy because not only can you look at the EXIF in your own files, you can look at the EXIF for images you find online..
If you have Adobe Bridge installed with Photoshop, it has a meta data panel that displays all the meta data including EXIF, and if you're inside Photoshop, you can see the EXIF under File->File Info... (click on the Advanced section to see all the meta data at once)..
Check out Opanda; shows all EXIF data; most applications only show a subset..
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In my version of PSE its.
File>File info>in the drop box select "exif" or 2.
In preview you can get to the info by pressing i..
If you use firefox there are add ons to view exif on anything by right clicking an image..
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For Photoshop on a Mac, go to File>File info,>Advanced,>EXIF properties..
I usually look at EXIF in the File Browser, where it's on the lower left as Metadata.Leonard Migliore..