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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On February - 25 - 2017
EXIF Data in Digital Photography

EXIF Data in Digital Photography

When starting to get acquainted with the world of digital photography, you will sooner or later hear of this EXIF term. It may be from the camera manual, heard it in a conversation among photographers, or when reading a thread in a photography forum only.

So what exactly is EXIF metadata?
Basically, metadata is a term from the world of information technology (IT), which roughly means the data that records important information of a file. While the EXIF metadata itself is a metadata especially used in the world of digital photography. EXIF records plenty of detailed information of a digital photograph file. EXIF stands for Exchangeable Image Format. Read the rest of this entry »

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