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07-26-2009, 06:38 PM   #1
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PhotoME help

I've heard that PhotoME will display AF or MF. How do I get it to do that? My usual process is to convert PEF to DNG using the Adobe DNG converter ver 5.3.0.21 and then after PP in PSE 7.0 saving to jpeg. Is there something else/different I need to do?

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You'll find it under "Manufacturers Notes." It is called "Focus Mode"
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QuoteOriginally posted by MrApollinax Quote
You'll find it under "Manufacturers Notes." It is called "Focus Mode"
That's very nice but I can't find "Manufacturers Notes" what I've got are:
IPTC-NAA data (IIM)
Image
Thumbnail Info
Camera
ICC Profile

Nowhere can I find "Manufacturers Notes". and I just updated to the latest version.

edit: Never mind, didn't know it would only be in the DNG.

NaCl(was looking in the jpeg and couldn't find it)H2O
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