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09-07-2005, 10:51 PM
Hi guys, thanks everyone for your help with setting up the site. I am quite new to PHP and was pleasantly suppressed how easy Pixelpost was to set it up.
I have the site up at http://x.rev360.com, have a look, I'd like to hear your comments.
I have one question though. I always do 'post processing' in Photoshop with my pics. I know this is not a Photoshop forum, but what I am finding is that Pixelpost (or is it PS??) is not picking up the Camera info after I manipulate the pics in PS. Is there any way to still conserve it?
09-08-2005, 04:30 AM
I figured out why I was loosing EXIF info. I am loosing it only when I do 'Save for Web' in Photoshop CS and it works fine if I just do a Save As. Does anyone know if there is a way to retrieve the EXIF info from all the pics that I did 'Save for Web'? I tried resaving them as 'save as' in PS, but that doesn't seem to do it.
09-08-2005, 05:48 AM
if you saved already "for the web" the information is deleted
but you might re-work the original photos!
I never understand why all people use Photoshop for these small things...
it is like using a lorry to transport a feather ...
I recommend you and everybody for easy preparing images for a photoblog Irfanview
it is free
it is fast
it is easy: resizing, cropping, saving, saving with lower JPG-quality, f.e. 80%, some small effects like sharpening etc.
it is compatible with Photoshop filters
it keeps EXIF info
it is free
you find it at http://www.irfanview.com/
09-08-2005, 02:47 PM
I haven't used very many other photo tweeking softwares in the market to compare, but with PS I find one can really get some amazing results 'processing' the image...although the iso in this case might be misleading after manipulating the photo in PS, the results are sure worth it. In future i just have to remember to use 'save as' as oppose to 'save to web...' since the difference in KB are minor...
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