Walk along the canal.


DaveHolmes

Link Posted 07/05/2013 - 18:40
Di had the day off too so we went for a nice walk along the canal... I decided to only tak pictures when there was a reflection and only took the kit lens.






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Gamka

Link Posted 07/05/2013 - 19:05
Those could be almost any canal in England - outside of a town.

I have recently been working with Meta-Data for various media formats and am interested to see how the tool copes with various images.

I tried to read the EXIF data from the first image and it was blank - so I changed to PhotoMe and again blank. The second image has a restricted set of data. Was it deliberate to remove it from the first? In the first it does not even include your name as copyright owner/photographer although it is there in the second. Or was it removed on upload?

gartmore

Link Posted 07/05/2013 - 19:17
I think the forum software removes the data
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davidstorm

Link Posted 07/05/2013 - 19:25
Both very nice Dave, the kit lens has done a good job here. I would reduce the yellow saturation a little bit, particularly on the first one, so that the greens are a little more natural.

Regards
David
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johnriley

Link Posted 07/05/2013 - 19:28
A bit vivid for me, but nice images nonetheless.
Best regards, John

Gamka

Link Posted 07/05/2013 - 19:41
gartmore wrote:
I think the forum software removes the data

If that is true, then why one and not the other? And certainly not consistently ...

johnriley

Link Posted 07/05/2013 - 19:52
It depends on the file size. If that gets too big, then the EXIF is stripped out.
Best regards, John

Gamka

Link Posted 07/05/2013 - 19:59
johnriley wrote:
It depends on the file size. If that gets too big, then the EXIF is stripped out.

The first (without EXIF) is 252kB and the second 792kB - EXIF does not take up that much.
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