>Hey how did you get the exposure info from the >image?
I recommend the free IExif add-on from Opanda. It attaches to your Windows IE browser, and you just right-click on any jpeg image you see on your browser and select View IExif from the menu. It shows you all exif data that is attached to the jpeg image. It will also show you and GPS data.
Very simple to use and reliable. I've been using it for about 10 years (upgrading it regularly as upgrades become available)
There is also IExifPro that you have to buy, so be careful to select the free IExif.
Also, I noticed that it doesn't mention Windows 7 in the list of compatible operating systems, but that's what I am using, and it works perfectly. There is a separate download for Firefox, but I don't use that.