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My Flickr images are also not showing the EXIF. I have the EXIF hidden on my Flickr page, but the forum was still showing it up until recently.
Mine stopped showing a few days ago.
It looks like Flickr now strips the exif data from the images, they must read it, store it in a separate database to be displayed in your photostream and remove it from the images hosted by them. When I right click on the image on the flickr page and try exif viewer it only shows a dot

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It looks like Flickr now strips the exif data from the images, they must read it, store it in a separate database to be displayed in your photostream and remove it from the images hosted by them. When I right click on the image on the flickr page and try exif viewer it only shows a dot

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Not sure it's that cut and dried. From what I can see, photos in my 'pro' account still exhibit the exif, while photos posted from my free account do not.
 
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Another Fairford picture - the colour bleeding above the Allied stripes is an optical illusion which disappears if you cover the stripes with your finger.
 

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Yes. I’ve probably been staring at them for too long. I can see black haze above the white stripes at the rear - which vanishes when I cover the aircraft with a piece of paper.
I took a snip of my screen:
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I can't see any bleeding bleeding.

EDIT: downloaded your picture and pixel peeped, yes, I can see some artefacts above the white stripes, but that is also probably what they are artefacts as they are about 1 pixel high.
Maybe you can try to use a higher quality when converting to JPG?
 
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barry13

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I took a snip of my screen:
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I can't see any bleeding bleeding.

EDIT: downloaded your picture and pixel peeped, yes, I can see some artefacts above the white stripes, but that is also probably what they are artefacts as they are about 1 pixel high.
Maybe you can try to use a higher quality when converting to JPG?
I still see negative stripes. It is an illusion.
 
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I took a snip of my screen:
View attachment 808439
I can't see any bleeding bleeding.

EDIT: downloaded your picture and pixel peeped, yes, I can see some artefacts above the white stripes, but that is also probably what they are artefacts as they are about 1 pixel high.
Maybe you can try to use a higher quality when converting to JPG?
I'm seeing grey patches above the white stripes - maybe 40-50px high. I believe it's something along the lines of the Hermann Grid Illusion. It's my brain playing tricks. Worse still, I tried to Photoshop it out lol.
 

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