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What is Exif data?

Exif data is a record of the settings a camera used to take a photo or video. This information is embedded into the files the camera saves, and we read and display it here.

Dates

Taken on September 18, 2011 at 7.10AM PDT
Posted to Flickr November 20, 2011 at 1.17PM PDT

Exif data

Camera Nikon D7000
Exposure 0.011 sec (1/90)
Aperture f/4.0
Focal Length 105 mm
ISO Speed 400
Exposure Bias -1 EV
Flash Off, Did not fire
X-Resolution 300 dpi
Y-Resolution 300 dpi
Orientation Horizontal (normal)
Software Adobe Photoshop Elements 6.0 Windows
Date and Time (Modified) 2011:11:20 16:11:54
YCbCr Positioning Co-sited
Exposure Program Aperture-priority AE
Date and Time (Original) 2011:09:18 07:10:12-04:00
Date and Time (Digitized) 2011:09:18 07:10:12
Compressed Bits Per Pixel 4
Max Aperture Value 3.1
Metering Mode Multi-segment
Light Source Unknown
Sub Sec Time 80
Sub Sec Time Original 80
Sub Sec Time Digitized 80
Color Space sRGB
Sensing Method One-chip color area
CFAPattern [Red,Green][Green,Blue]
Custom Rendered Normal
Exposure Mode Auto
White Balance Auto
Digital Zoom Ratio 1
Focal Length (35mm format) 157 mm
Scene Capture Type Landscape
Gain Control Low gain up
Contrast Normal
Saturation Normal
Sharpness Normal
Subject Distance Range Unknown
Image Unique ID 04be70cd1ec870dd2cb75224f9066241
Related Image Width 4928
Related Image Height 3264
Compression JPEG (old-style)
Global Angle 30
Global Altitude 30
Copyright Flag False
Photoshop Quality 12
Photoshop Format Standard
Progressive Scans 3 Scans
XMPToolkit Adobe XMP Core 4.1.3-c001 49.282696, Mon Apr 02 2007 21:16:10
Orientation Horizontal (normal)
Creator Tool Adobe Photoshop Elements 6.0 Windows
Metadata Date 2011:11:20 16:11:54-05:00
Format image/jpeg
Color Mode 3
ICCProfile Name sRGB IEC61966-2.1
Viewing Conditions Illuminant Type D50
Measurement Observer CIE 1931
Measurement Flare 0.999%
Measurement Illuminant D65
Color Transform YCbCr
Flash Return No return detection
Flash Mode Off
Flash Function False
Flash Red Eye Mode False