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In Lightroom 5 a photo can have three copyright states: I assume that, when you say my copyright information wasn't being applied automatically, the copyright status was not being set to Copyrighted. You can create a Smart Collection that searches for all photos with a copyright state that is not copyrighted:


Assuming that: The focal length has been recorded in the file metadata You are running a Unix-like OS such as Linux or OS X You have installed the exif command line tool Run this on the command line: exif /path/to/your/photos/* | grep "Focal Length [^A-Za-z]*|" \ | awk -F "|" '{print $2}' | awk '{print $1}' | sort | uniq -c | sort -nr Example ...


Broad answer is to use Metadata Working Group guidelines (PDF). Specifically, yes, the metadata should include the new image size, as well as the Modification Date/Time.


As far as I know the answer is no, roll/pitch data is not recorded in EXIF data. I have a 60D which also offers a "digital level" or "artificial horizon" when composing a shot but this information is not preserved in the output EXIF data. There's a good site here with comprehensive information about standard EXIF data and parameters, and there are pages with ...


You are confused because ApertureValue and MaxApertureValue are APEX values, not F-stops. An F-stop of 1.8 is equivalent to an APEX aperture value of about 1.695994. (The formula is Av=log₂A², where Av is ApertureValue and A is f-number. See the Wikipedia APEX system page for a full explanation.) Some exif readers (like ExifTool) convert these to F-stops ...

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