Photo / Exif


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.


Taken on February 14, 2009 at 12.38PM PDT
Posted to Flickr February 17, 2009 at 6.57AM PDT

Exif data

Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Exposure 0.003 sec (1/320)
Aperture f/2.8
Focal Length 100 mm
ISO Speed 500
Exposure Bias 0 EV
Flash Off
X-Resolution 240 dpi
Y-Resolution 240 dpi
Orientation Horizontal (normal)
Software Adobe Photoshop CS4 Windows
Date and Time (Modified) 2009:02:14 13:57:06
Artist sabinche
Copyright @ sabinche
Exposure Program Aperture-priority AE
Date and Time (Original) 2009:02:14 12:38:20.33+01:00
Date and Time (Digitized) 2009:02:14 12:38:20
Max Aperture Value 2.8
Metering Mode Multi-segment
Sub Sec Time 33
Sub Sec Time Original 33
Sub Sec Time Digitized 33
Color Space Uncalibrated
Focal Plane X-Resolution 2646.33310486635 dpi
Focal Plane Y-Resolution 2686.84759916493 dpi
Custom Rendered Normal
Exposure Mode Auto
White Balance Auto
Scene Capture Type Standard
Compression JPEG (old-style)
By-line sabinche
Object Name secrets
Copyright Notice @ sabinche
Global Angle 30
Global Altitude 30
Copyright Flag True
Photoshop Quality 12
Photoshop Format Standard
Progressive Scans 3 Scans
XMPToolkit Adobe XMP Core 4.2.2-c063 53.352624, 2008/07/30-18:12:18
Orientation Horizontal (normal)
Rating 0
Metadata Date 2009:02:14 13:57:06+01:00
Lens EF100mm f/2.8 Macro USM
Image Number 0
Flash Compensation 0
Sidecar For Extension CR2
Color Mode 3
ICCProfile Name Adobe RGB (1998)
Format image/jpeg
Title secrets
Creator sabinche
Rights @ sabinche
Marked True
Original Document ID xmp.did:B76743DB88FADD11B602D1090E869708
History Action saved
History Instance ID xmp.iid:B76743DB88FADD11B602D1090E869708
History When 2009:02:14 13:57:06+01:00
History Software Agent Adobe Photoshop CS4 Windows
History Changed /
Color Transform YCbCr
Flash Return No return detection
Flash Mode Off
Flash Function False
Flash Red Eye Mode False