I can't believe there are some of you intentionally erasing/hiding EXIF & exposure info from your shots .
Sorry but who do you think you are ?? Everyone is sooo admiring your work and it is so unique that they will go and imitate your work ?? So what if they know how you did it ?Jesus guys , this ain't rocket science ! 10 million DSLRs sold every year / 300,000 photographers shooting stock . And you think everyone is blowing their brains out to figure how you took that shot ;-))
Why do you think photo magazines have been providing exposure this info - for the last 50 years or so - for each photo ?
If it disappears by itself while uploading or after touching - OK , sure don't bother trying to put it back . But if it's there and you intentionally erase it , that's a different story.
Just curious about what can be gained by hiding the EXIF . ( OK, they won't be able to steal it ! )
Can it be you're worried people might find a minor fuck up ( forgotten high ISO , a needlessly small aperture ,etc.. )in a real decent looking shot and your ego will not allow you take a critism ?? Or an all natural looking shot being figured out that it actually involves lots of fiddling & manipulation ( nothing wrong with that according to me )and you are way too cool to be seen doing that ?
Really , why do you do it ??