That's interesting. Do you have an example I could see?
There are supposed to be two separate fields - one for camera
(Actually 2 separate fields for make and model of camera), and one for
software used to process the image.
Ultimately though, if adobe is doing that, there's not really anything
we can do about it.
On 9/29/15, Pine W <wiki.pine(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I see many images on Commons that have replaced info
about the camera with
info about the processing in Adobe tools. I don't know where exactly that
camera metadata is getting stripped out, but I wish that it would be left
intact after processing in Adobe tools and uploading to Commons.
On Sep 29, 2015 4:47 PM, "Brian Wolff" <bawolff(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 9/29/15, Pine W <wiki.pine(a)gmail.com>
Good idea. I see a lot of EXIF and my hunch is
that we would prefer
format, especially if the license data can be made to stick even after
photo has gone through image postprocessing in tools like the Adobe
Adobe is the inventor of XMP. Photoshop is probably the most complete
implementation of XMP in existence.
I'm not that familiar with photoshop, but its highly likely that it
properly maintains both exif and XMP metadata after any post
We prefer Exif and XMP equally (See also my other email).
has some info about
how things work at commons.
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