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02-21-2011, 01:40 PM   #1
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PPG Upload can't read EXIF from scanned Negative?

I have made sure that my 600pix high JPG for PPG gallery's have the Make/Model of my film Pentax in the proper EXIF fields.

Right Click/Properties (Or with Firefox EXIF add-on click on "EXIF data") on this photo and tell me what you find....

I have contacted PPG and they have not been able to solve the problem. My last Email reply included the Correct EXIF info. And I have heard from them since

Is PPG not allowing Scans anymore?
my only Digital is Panasonic G1, that I use my Leica M lenses on + the 20mm f/1.7



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You took the photo with a Super Program. You or someone else apparently scanned it using SilverFast Software. The X and Y resolution are both 3600. From your title, it was shot on Acros 100ASA. Image width is 4659, height is 3106 (pixels).

Can't help you with PPG, haven't looked at it in years.

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So, you read the right info.
I just emailed PPG in a reply with this photo as an attachment with the EXIF info as below

"
EXIF IFD0

* Camera Make = Pentax
* Camera Model = Super Program
* Picture Orientation = normal (1)
* X-Resolution = 36000000/10000 ===> 3600
* Y-Resolution = 36000000/10000 ===> 3600
* X/Y-Resolution Unit = inch (2)
* Software / Firmware Version = SilverFast 6.6.2r4
* Last Modified Date/Time = 2011:02:20 18:32:01
* Y/Cb/Cr Positioning (Subsampling) = centered / center of pixel array (1)
"

it most be a bug in the EXIF software they use, or something.
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Why don't you try submitting it to the Pentax Exclusive Gallery here at PF? At least our gallery isn't full of vacation snap shots (the ones I was seeing come up when I last looked at and attempted to vote on the over 100 photos at PPG)...

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QuoteOriginally posted by JeffJS Quote
Why don't you try submitting it to the Pentax Exclusive Gallery here at PF? At least our gallery isn't full of vacation snap shots (the ones I was seeing come up when I last looked at and attempted to vote on the over 100 photos at PPG)...

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Point and Advice well received.
Thank you
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