Greetings. I apologize in advance if I am posting this in the wrong forum but it seemed to fit in digital postprocessing. I am new to DSLR Photography and I am trying to learn how to actually take a good picture:) I have a basic understanding of ISO,aperture, Shutter speed. but I still have to tinker with the settings to get the desired look. What I am looking for is a way to view the metadata for my pictures (ISO,f/, shutter speed, etc.) while viewing the pics on my computer. I can see the data on my camera while looking through liveview but its cumbersome. Basic idea is to compare the settings I used for all of the bad exposures leading up to the one that worked! Any thoughts? I use iPhoto, so if anyone knows a way to access that, maybe a plugin, that will allow me to do that, or another program that will allow me to do that. Thanks in advance for any help!
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