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it’s unfortunate, but exposureplot doesn’t run for the mac.  don’t fear though — if you’d like to find the distribution of focal lengths you use in your photos, all you need to do is the following:

1)  install jhead.  if you’ve got http://www.macports.org/ installed,  it’s as easy as:

>> sudo port install jhead

2)   love unix.  navigate in the terminal over to the directory with your jpegs and run:

 >> find ./ -name “*.JPG” | xargs jhead | grep “mm” | awk {‘print $4′} | sed ‘s/mm//’


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