Old 02-25-2010, 03:39 PM   #1
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Around the beginning of the year, I got a used 1Ds Mark II. It was a good deal. However, just a moment ago I was glancing at the exif of one of my photos taken with it, and realized the previous photographer had left his name imprinted in the exif!
Here's a couple photos where that shows.
Image © Matthew Hicks
PhotoID: 315379
Photograph © Matthew Hicks


Image © Matthew Hicks
PhotoID: 312764
Photograph © Matthew Hicks


I'll fix it later today, but now I've got a few hundred photos marked as not mine! I hope nobody starts accusing me of stealing photos..
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Old 02-25-2010, 05:51 PM   #2
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Scott M. should be verry happy to be tied to those photos, Matthew!
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First shot is great, second one looks like the train is going to tip over.
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I don't see any other photog's name in the EXIF displayed on the full size RP shot...
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I don't see any other photog's name in the EXIF displayed on the full size RP shot...
I would imagine that you'd have to have some sort of EXIF reader.. Opanda picked it up.

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I don't see any other photog's name in the EXIF displayed on the full size RP shot...
Me neither.
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Railroad photography is what you make of it, but one way is not "better" than another, IMHO. Unless you have a pole right thought the nose of the engine! -SG
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Yeah, imagine needing an EXIF reader to see the OP's point. I must've been crazy to think that info would have shown up in the EXIF data that shows up with his linked shots on RP...
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Or maybe someone's just fishing for views...for whatever reason.
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Or maybe someone's just fishing for views...for whatever reason.
Sick burn!!!
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ZING!! ha
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