Over and out.
Okay, don't check out its EXIF info. The hosting service apparently removed it.
I had been using paint.net. The solution is to use another program; in my case it will be Olympus Viewer 2; unlike paint.net, it saves EXIF info when resizing. I'll leave the existing photos as they are and make sure new photos have the EXIF block after resizing.
EXIF information in jpeg pictures lists just about everything the camera knows about the photo - iso, f-stop, shutter speed, focal length, lens correction data, and much more. All jpegs contain EXIF info, and you can view it with the help of Alan Raskin's plug-in for Firefox, Exif Viewer. When I see an interesting photo on the web I enjoy checking its EXIF info to possibly learn something which would improve my own shooting. I'm always dissapointed when there's a photo I want to know more about but its EXIF info is missing. I wish photogs and webists would make sure that all their photos have the info included.
I just checked my own photos here in the gallery ... guess what, no EXIF!
When I resize the photos for the web site to lock the vertical size to 1800 pixels the EXIF block disappears. Oops. Paint.Net apparently drops the info block, or I have done something in saving the file which causes the problem.
I'll be looking into this ...
It's still too bad out to go out photographing, and anyway, there's no inspiration in shooting in uniform, dull, cloudy weather.
Here's what I do during the "bad weeks"; I read through every photo blog and tutorial I can find on the net.
Here's one of the very best:
You can't go wrong with David Hobby's Strobist blog.