EXIF stands for Exchangeable Image File Format. It’s a standard format for storing metadata (information about data) in digital image files.
EXIF data typically includes information about the camera or device used to capture an image, such as the model of the camera, the shutter speed, aperture, ISO, focal length, and more. It may also include details about the software used to edit the image, the date and time the image was taken, the location where the image was taken (if geotagging is enabled), and other relevant information.
EXIF data is stored in a dedicated section of the image file and can be accessed and viewed using various software tools or programming libraries. It’s useful for photographers, designers, and other professionals who need to know detailed information about the images they are working with, and for anyone who wants to organize and manage their image collections based on different criteria.
Viewing EXIF Data on DataViewer.com
You can view the EXIF data of your images using the EXIF Data Viewer on DataViewer.com