Hello all, I have been asked to put together a portfolio of my photographs. There are plenty of applications that enable one to view the EXIF metadata of a photograph. What I would like to do is to automagically extract basic metadata such as filename, focal length, exposure time, f-stop, size and date/time, and then print the data on a seperate piece of paper for each image. I have to do about 40 images so batch extraction would be preferred. Any help would be most welcome because I have to get the portfolio from Manchester to Wrexham by mid-day Saturday 28th of August. So, no problem there then....aaaargh.
If you did not find a suitable prog from Pinemans click here, PhotoMe will do it the long way round.click here
With this progam you can copy the exif to the clipboard, then paste into such as word. This I think would be the minimum amount of info you could paste. You could of course delete any unwanted text in word.
[PhotoME] PhotoME version: 0.79R17 (Build 856)
[Overview] File name: C:\Users\HS\Desktop\Lucy.tif File type: Tiff File size: 17,710.4 KB Creation date: 15/07/2010 14:06 Last modification: 23/08/2010 10:24 Make: Canon (click here) Camera: Canon EOS 7D Software: Adobe Photoshop CS4 Windows Dimension: 2162 x 2790 px (6 MP, 3:4) Focal length: 40 mm Aperture: F8 Exposure time: 1/30" ISO speed rating: 100/21° Program: Manual Metering Mode: Spot White Balance: Auto Flash: Flash fired, compulsory flash mode
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