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EXIF data for fim photo - best way to add? #1
Tim Smith's picture
by Tim Smith
February 15, 2012 - 4:59pm

Hi - - I shoot a fair amount of film, which I then scan.

Do you know of a good way to make pseudo-exif data for film-based photos? Like your tip #4, I have been jamming a bunch of information into the file names (though using something called filewrangler…). It is okay but not really all that practical because (1) I would like to save this into the metadata rather than a file name and (2) I would like to capture image-specific info like the lens, filter, and exposure settings.

Thanks very much!

Rolf Schmolling's picture
by Rolf Schmolling
February 19, 2012 - 12:32pm

Hi, have a look at AnalogExif (http://analogexif.sourceforge.net) as well which is free. Works for me – chokes on RAW-files often (when I want to put in lens-data for my non-digital lenses I use on my D70s…)

Rolf

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by PhotoJoseph
February 15, 2012 - 9:24pm

Tim,

You need an EXIF editor. You can’t do this in Aperture, but you can edit the EXIF before importing, and Aperture will read all that data.

I don’t have first-hand experience with any, but looking through the Mac App Store, this one has good ratings and is only $9.99: ExifChanger - Marc Rochkind.

@PhotoJoseph
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by Tim Smith
February 15, 2012 - 10:02pm

Great - Looks like that will do the trick, and/or a different app by the same developer: Ingstamatic. Will explore both.

Thank you

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