It was a cold, but beautiful day when I went to shoot this a few weeks back. A lot of people put their cameras away during the winter months (myself inculded all be told) but the reality is that there are some amazing photos to be had if one is willing to put up with the weather and less than ideal conditions.
Being able to read EXIF data is essential for every photographer.
EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format) are tags embedded in photographs taken by digital cameras. These tags include information such as camera model and camera make as well as information about the settings used for each photograph. Things like shuttter speed, focal length, ISO speed and other relevent information is embedded in the image.
Displaying your images on the web requires making your images web friendly. This means reducing image size to something that won’t eat up bandwidth and choke the web site when being downloaded. Using images right out of the camera is out of the question. Even at the lowest quality the originals are way too big to be used online.