Exif viewer for pictures

The standard for storing metadata in image files is called Exif (Exchangeable Image File Format). It contains details on the date and time the picture was shot, GPS location information, the shutter speed, aperture, and ISO settings of the camera, and other technical aspects of the image. The image file contains this metadata, which can be examined or changed with a variety of software programs. Photographers, picture editors, and other professionals use it frequently to manage and arrange their digital photographs.

How to view a picture's metadata?

There are several ways to view metadata from a picture, one of them is to use an online exif metadata viewer, just like this one. Other options include using the default exif viewer made by the camera's manufacter.

Exif Metadata viewer