Me too, that dorsal bugs meHeather said:There were a lot of these up on ebay recently. Nice looking plants, I thought about one. I like them, but wish the dorsal was more upright. Still, it's a pretty Paph.
Matt, how do you find out that information from a picture. Your the second person today to make comments about someones photo settings.gore42 said:I see, Lien, that you shot this one on manual Your photo says that it was shot at 1/15th of a sec. at f3.5 on manual exposure, with 100mm lens. If you also went with manual focus, that might account for this one being a little bit soft.
With most good digital cameras, that information is saved as meta-data in the photo. My Nikon and my Olympus both to do it; they save the time, date, exposure, flash settings, and a bunch of other stuff.
So, the trick is just to open the program in a file that can read the meta-data, and I'm sure there are tons of them out there. With Photoshop on PC, I do it like this:
1. Under the "File" tab, select "File Info..."
2. That brings up a dialog box. In CS2, select "Camera Data1" from the list on the left.
on older versions, you'll have to play around with the menu to find where they keep it