Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Neuro, Jul 8, 2007.
that analyzes your picture folder and count how many pictures are taken at each focal lengths?
Lightroom may. Lightroom 1.0 already has a ridiculous amount of sorting options, and Lightroom 1.1 just came out and adds another ridiculous amount of sorting options. Focal lenghts may be one of them, I'm not sure.
I don't know about previous versions of Windows, since I never noticed it before Vista... But if you are in your picture folder that you want to "analyze," you can right click and go to "sort by" and then hit "more." There is a list of many different ways you can sort your picture folder, and one of them is focal length. So you click that and hit okay.. Then right click again, go into sort by, and click the focal length option you just added. Then you can just highlight all the ones at a specific focal length and it'll tell you how many you have highlighted
1.0 and 1.1 dont sort by focal lengths
This is true, good tip
that means you might be able to search by focal length too... giving you ever picture within that folder and sub folder.
Noticed it the other day on accident and found some really useful stuff in there
I will have to wait until I get home... but there is one that only works with Jpegs that does exactly that and gives you a graph of all focal lenths, ISO and aperture. Very quick and very small
Edit: Found it http://www.cpr.demon.nl/prog_plotf.html
damn, i have winxp and all most pics are in raw files
yeah, just do a search for exposure plot right here in this forum, I posted about it months ago.
LR 1.1 does it now too IIRC
if only vista wasn't complete dog shit and incompatabile with everything.
Does that not work in XP?
I use the faststone image viewer, it's free and includes all exif data.
It also runs a damm sight quicker that bridge.
It's vista compatable.
shows iso, ss, ap, focal length