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    okay folks...I think I have created an image worthy of putting into the E30 comp.Unfortunately it is a stitch of two images that has lost its exif data...so how can I take the data from one of the images I used and add it to the final image?
    TIA
    chris
    shetland

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    Re: exif editing

    Well - in The GIMP.

    Open one of the original images, resize to match your stiched image, in a seperate window open your stiched image, copy to clipboard, drop it onto your original image as a new layer and anchor/merge down. Save your now amended original image making sure to use an option which keeps the exif.

    I suspect you can do the same thing in other software.

    Nick
    Nick Temple-Fry

    Medicine as a science ranks somewhere between archaeology and economics.

    www.theChurchPhotographer.co.uk 90 Churches -- Fairford St Mary's, exceptionally splendid
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      Re: exif editing

      thanks Nick...that just worked in CS2...
      so that rule in the competition is out the window !
      should I submit one of my Fuji IR images.... nah if I get lucky I want to be honest
      chris
      shetland

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      • #4
        Re: exif editing

        Glad it worked - I came up with the workaround 'cos The GIMP doesn't handle exif in tif - and I needed the exif for another site when I dropped back into jpg.

        exif has never been a proof of 'honesty', that's something in the character. I like to think most of us, like you, have got it.

        Nick
        Nick Temple-Fry

        Medicine as a science ranks somewhere between archaeology and economics.

        www.theChurchPhotographer.co.uk 90 Churches -- Fairford St Mary's, exceptionally splendid
        www.temple-fry.co.uk

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