On Fri, Jan 19, 2007 at 08:28:08AM +1030, David Gowers wrote:
> "EXIF metadata is used by many cameras to describe the settings a picture
> was taken with" -- perhaps a little long. just the 'are->is'  replacement
> would be good then

Grammar Nazis will tell you never to end a sentence with a preposition;
this is better treated as a guideline than an inviolable rule. If you're
ending a sentence with one, than it would probably be better reworked:

"Many cameras use EXIF metadata to describe the settings used to take the

This is just a suggestion, of course. 

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