Photoshop changed Lens info.

Explorer ,
Mar 13, 2022 Mar 13, 2022

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I found that Photoshop changed the lens information. It is normal? 

 

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Explorer , Mar 14, 2022 Mar 14, 2022
Thank you all. I solved the problem. It was because of the Metadata Template in Adobe Photoshop

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 13, 2022 Mar 13, 2022

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Did you copy into another file?

 

You have to give more info about the origin and history of these two files.

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Explorer ,
Mar 13, 2022 Mar 13, 2022

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1st is the camera data provided by Adobe Bridge 2022. 2nd is the camera data of the same raw file  provided by Photoshop 2022 

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Mar 13, 2022 Mar 13, 2022

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Is it a raw file? did you apply any settings when opening from bridge (in particular, the optical distortion correction profile)?

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Mar 13, 2022 Mar 13, 2022

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No I didn't apply any settings 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 14, 2022 Mar 14, 2022

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can you upload both images here? we will try to read the metadata, maybe it will help to understand the problem or confirm it

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 13, 2022 Mar 13, 2022

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They are not the same file. One file is _DSC2484.arw and the other is _DSC2484-1.psd

 

So again, what is the origin of these two files?

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Explorer ,
Mar 14, 2022 Mar 14, 2022

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I see that you can't understand!!!!!

Adobe Bridge open the file as ARW and when you send from Bridge to Photoshop it becomes PSD .

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 14, 2022 Mar 14, 2022

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When you open a raw file from Bridge into Photoshop it does not become a PSD file. The PSD filetype is only set on saving and choosing the PSD file type from Photoshop. So they are not the same file.

 

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Mar 14, 2022 Mar 14, 2022

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@Hany Hossam 

 

One thing you might do for testing purposes is this:

  • Select the ARW file in Bridge and confirm the Lens information.
  • Open the ARW file in Adobe Camera Raw.
  • From ACR, open the file in Photoshop. What is the format? What is the Lens information?
  • In Photoshop, save the file as a PSD. What is the Lens information now?

 

Take screen shots of each step along the way and share them if you still see a problem.

 

Jane

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 14, 2022 Mar 14, 2022

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Sony apparently puts lens data in two different namespaces in the EXIF. Not sure if they match in his files.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 14, 2022 Mar 14, 2022

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Nope it's not normal @Hany Hossam ,

The software does not change info. It reflects the info of the active doc.

Other ACP's have shared very valuable insights on the thread.

hth

mj

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 14, 2022 Mar 14, 2022

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A 90mm lens can't be set to 600mm so obviously that is incorrect. Lens data is found in a lookup table or set in the metadata. Try taking a look at File Info->Raw Data.

Below is the XMP data from a photo taken with a Sony a6000 (straight out of camera) and you'll see lens data in two places.

<x:xmpmeta xmlns:x="adobe:ns:meta/" x:xmptk="Adobe XMP Core 7.1-c000 79.4d2f597, 2021/09/01-20:51:22        ">
   <rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#">
      <rdf:Description rdf:about=""
            xmlns:tiff="http://ns.adobe.com/tiff/1.0/"
            xmlns:exif="http://ns.adobe.com/exif/1.0/"
            xmlns:xmp="http://ns.adobe.com/xap/1.0/"
            xmlns:aux="http://ns.adobe.com/exif/1.0/aux/"
            xmlns:exifEX="http://cipa.jp/exif/1.0/"
            xmlns:photoshop="http://ns.adobe.com/photoshop/1.0/"
            xmlns:xmpMM="http://ns.adobe.com/xap/1.0/mm/"
            xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/"
            xmlns:crd="http://ns.adobe.com/camera-raw-defaults/1.0/">
         <tiff:Make>SONY</tiff:Make>
         <tiff:Model>ILCE-6000</tiff:Model>
         <tiff:Orientation>1</tiff:Orientation>
         <tiff:ImageWidth>6000</tiff:ImageWidth>
         <tiff:ImageLength>4000</tiff:ImageLength>
         <tiff:PhotometricInterpretation>2</tiff:PhotometricInterpretation>
         <tiff:SamplesPerPixel>3</tiff:SamplesPerPixel>
         <tiff:BitsPerSample>
            <rdf:Seq>
               <rdf:li>16</rdf:li>
               <rdf:li>16</rdf:li>
               <rdf:li>16</rdf:li>
            </rdf:Seq>
         </tiff:BitsPerSample>
         <exif:ExifVersion>0230</exif:ExifVersion>
         <exif:ExposureTime>1/250</exif:ExposureTime>
         <exif:ShutterSpeedValue>7965784/1000000</exif:ShutterSpeedValue>
         <exif:FNumber>9/1</exif:FNumber>
         <exif:ApertureValue>633985/100000</exif:ApertureValue>
         <exif:ExposureProgram>1</exif:ExposureProgram>
         <exif:ISOSpeedRatings>
            <rdf:Seq>
               <rdf:li>200</rdf:li>
            </rdf:Seq>
         </exif:ISOSpeedRatings>
         <exif:SensitivityType>2</exif:SensitivityType>
         <exif:RecommendedExposureIndex>200</exif:RecommendedExposureIndex>
         <exif:BrightnessValue>26254/2560</exif:BrightnessValue>
         <exif:ExposureBiasValue>0/10</exif:ExposureBiasValue>
         <exif:MaxApertureValue>926/256</exif:MaxApertureValue>
         <exif:MeteringMode>5</exif:MeteringMode>
         <exif:LightSource>0</exif:LightSource>
         <exif:Flash rdf:parseType="Resource">
            <exif:Fired>False</exif:Fired>
            <exif:Return>0</exif:Return>
            <exif:Mode>2</exif:Mode>
            <exif:Function>False</exif:Function>
            <exif:RedEyeMode>False</exif:RedEyeMode>
         </exif:Flash>
         <exif:FocalLength>160/10</exif:FocalLength>
         <exif:FileSource>3</exif:FileSource>
         <exif:SceneType>1</exif:SceneType>
         <exif:FocalLengthIn35mmFilm>24</exif:FocalLengthIn35mmFilm>
         <exif:CustomRendered>0</exif:CustomRendered>
         <exif:ExposureMode>1</exif:ExposureMode>
         <exif:WhiteBalance>0</exif:WhiteBalance>
         <exif:SceneCaptureType>0</exif:SceneCaptureType>
         <exif:Contrast>0</exif:Contrast>
         <exif:Saturation>0</exif:Saturation>
         <exif:Sharpness>0</exif:Sharpness>
         <exif:DigitalZoomRatio>16/16</exif:DigitalZoomRatio>
         <exif:FocalPlaneXResolution>83662979/32768</exif:FocalPlaneXResolution>
         <exif:FocalPlaneYResolution>83662979/32768</exif:FocalPlaneYResolution>
         <exif:FocalPlaneResolutionUnit>3</exif:FocalPlaneResolutionUnit>
         <exif:DateTimeOriginal>2015-08-12T18:28:56</exif:DateTimeOriginal>
         <exif:PixelXDimension>6000</exif:PixelXDimension>
         <exif:PixelYDimension>4000</exif:PixelYDimension>
         <xmp:CreatorTool>ILCE-6000 v2.00</xmp:CreatorTool>
         <xmp:ModifyDate>2015-08-12T18:28:56</xmp:ModifyDate>
         <xmp:CreateDate>2015-08-12T18:28:56</xmp:CreateDate>
         <aux:LensInfo>160/10 500/10 35/10 56/10</aux:LensInfo>
         <aux:Lens>E PZ 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS</aux:Lens>
         <aux:LensDistortInfo>34386/32768 -204560742/1073741824 116686762/1073741824 -44808955/1073741824</aux:LensDistortInfo>
         <exifEX:LensModel>E PZ 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS</exifEX:LensModel>
         <photoshop:DateCreated>2015-08-12T18:28:56</photoshop:DateCreated>
         <photoshop:ColorMode>3</photoshop:ColorMode>
         <photoshop:ICCProfile/>
         <xmpMM:DocumentID>BF576189B8C9D083BD15126F075C2C9A</xmpMM:DocumentID>
         <dc:format>image/x-sony-arw</dc:format>
         <crd:CameraProfile>Camera Standard</crd:CameraProfile>
         <crd:LookName/>
      </rdf:Description>
   </rdf:RDF>
</x:xmpmeta>

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Thank you all. I solved the problem. It was because of the Metadata Template in Adobe Photoshop

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Why you don't want to beleive that it is the same file ???? I add unmbers to the file name because sometimes I do many edititing for the same photo ... It was the saved Metadata Template in Adobe Photoshop and I solved it ... By happy :-)) 

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I'd like to have the same ability as you to read text coded into micro size 😄

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I received e-mail with his comment 😄

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If you have a very powerful magnifying glass, it says that I wrote that before the OP came back with the metadata template explanation. That made perfect sense and rendered my post moot.

 

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