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  The DigiCam Chronicles: Assignment Macworld
Subject:   perplexed
Date:   2003-02-20 08:16:42
From:   derrick
Response to: perplexed

As you probably know from my other writings, I use iPhoto to manage my images. When I'm in that application, I can click on any photo, hit CMD-I, and get that image's metadata, including the exposure information. You can also retrieve the metadata in Photoshop, or even standalone metadata apps.


Even when I'm using a more simple camera, such as the Canon S-200, I like to know what exposure combinations produce my favorite pictures. This is helpful when I want to repeat the effect with another camera.


Hope this helps ...