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When resizing throu Photoshop 7/CS I'm loosing part of EXIF info. How can i not?

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Hello.
In my web - http://www.oris.ws/albums/album2/index.php?path=L3Rlc3Qv&page=1 i like to have a full (as it is on original image) EXIF info.
my problem - when resizing my image and save with 'save as' in photoshop i'm loosing part of the info.
so is there something i should do extra to the 'save as' or is there a differnt program that'll do it better?
i would be happy to be able continue using photoshop and not get and learn a new program...
thanx alot.
ori.
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by:ro0t88
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What information are you losing?
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by:weed
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Camera data?
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by:orik7
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camera setteings such as : quality (fine/normal) , self timer (on/off), drive mode, image size (large/meduim..) , metering mode (spot, evolutive..), ISO and more.
thanx.
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weed earned 100 total points
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Using Save For Web does strip the EXIF data from images because 99.9% dont need it and it just makes the file bigger. Using Save As keeps the EXIF data.
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by:orik7
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weed, as i said in my first post - i'm using 'save as' not save for web and still alot of the info is missing.
thanx.
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by:weed
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I cant find any info in any of my images that's missing. It has been reordered slightly with Flash and Components Configuration appearing at the bottom of the list instead f the middle.
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by:orik7
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I'm sorry to say you are mistaking.
tell me if you can find ISO, quality or image size as it does apear on the original photo.
ori.
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by:weed
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Oooh not a good idea to tell experts they're mistaken unless you really have proof. In this case ISO and pixel dimensions do indeed exist in a JPEG i saved via Save As. The original didn't have a quality entry so I cant test that one but i'd suspect it to be there as well. And again, as stated above, they've been reordered so you have to look for them.
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by:orik7
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Ha. o.k. sorry. i was talking on the photos on my web and the program that shows the exif is also on the web. And in that case i really don't know what i've done wrong and why the original photo shows more exif data than the saved one.
I will still be happy for some experts help :)
sorry for the long wait for reply it's now 10:00 in the morning here.
ori.
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by:weed
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Not sure either. I've been looking at the exif data through Photoshop. Maybe it's the program youre using that is ignoring certain bits?

BTW your web page works in some browsers, not in others. Should find a way to make it compliant. Especially for something as basic as a web gallery. No reason it should be incompatible.
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by:orik7
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I'm not sure what do you reffer to as not working on some browsers. i geuss you mean the left/menu frame as it's my code. in the actual album most of the code came as it is- i added litlle but from the root so might be problems there.
if you are offering you self for this job i'll be very happy to get it fixed once and for all now that the web is almost complete. i know very little coding (only know from reading on tutrilas) and know nothing about differnt browsers. i always wrote it for IE as this is what i use.

about the exif. you say that the resized image showing full exif using photoshop? i'll have to check it.. till now i thought it's photoshop that is not exporting the data corectly as the unresized image does show full exif using my web site program.

thanx alot.
ori.
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by:weed
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When you click on an image, nothing happens. Probably due to the PHP stuff.
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