Today I uploaded a new version of the script PrintEXIF that can be used with Photoshop CS2 to "print" EXIF information in a frame at the bottom of an image. For optimum use, EXIF information should be copied to the IPTC caption field by Nikon Transfer. If Nikon Transfer is not used, some of the EXIF information is not available (lens description for example). For background, see this thread: https://www.nikoncafe.com/vforums/showthread.php?t=48164 This version, 2.0, adds a number of features/capabilities DPR & Nikon Cafe members have asked for, including: 1. Option to print only the signature/copyright information 2. Lens selection list to allow the selection of lenses if the EXIF information is not available 3. Font and color selections without having to modify the script 4. Option to add a logo or small image in the bottom frame The script works with Photoshop CS2 only and will work on either Windows or Mac platforms. This script is customized for Nikon DSLRs. The user interface dialog has been changed to group the global options at the top: Here is an example of what the script does: To download the script, use this URL: http://www.printexif.com/PrintEXIF/PrintEXIFv2.0.zip The download folder contains the script, a folder with sample logos including a couple of Nikon logos, and a Readme file with installation and customization instructions. I will put up a few Web pages when I have an opportunity. As usual, your comments and feedback are greatly appreciated and have contributed to the script's development. An e-mail address is included in the Readme file. This script is freeware and has been the product of DPR & Nikon Cafe members. I am providing this version as a way of contributing something to the Forums that I enjoy and from which I have learned so much.