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Old 14-04-14, 09:53
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Following comment that we can no longer see EXIF. I find if I save the photo to (say) desktop I can then right click and bring up Properties where varying amounts of info can often be found. Hope folks find this useful.
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Old 14-04-14, 10:37
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Peter if you run the photo through such as PhotoMe exif reader then all the info is there. Assuming of course it was not removed by using such as 'Save for Web'
Oh and by the way it's a super shot, as bees in flight can be very difficult to capture.

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