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View EXIF Data with New Google Chrome Extension

By Jules Ebe on July 9th 2013

Ever wonder what settings or equipment was used on a random photo you came across online? Well, with a new Google Chrome extension, you can find out. View EXIF data for online images by just scrolling your mouse over the image. Pretty cool idea, though not a new one.

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View EXIF
brings features you usually find on sites like 500px and Flickr to your browser. The extension is not perfect, as some images have their EXIF data purged when uploaded.

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However, if the information is imbedded in the data of the image, you can see it. Pretty interesting way to research images and find out what settings were used to capture the moment.

The extension works on the Google Chrome browser and can be downloaded for free here.

So what do you think? Would you EXIF-stalk your favorite photographers online?

Until Next Time . . .

Stay Inspired ~ Jules

Terms: #Distortion
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is a Southern California based Conceptual Artist and Photographer. Her work has been featured in several print publications and selections can be seen in local gallery exhibitions. Connect with her on Facebook and Google+.

3 Comments

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  1. What’s In My Camera Bag? – Disney 'Gator

    […] for each individual photo, sorry, but that is never going to happen. If you really care, just install an EXIF viewer plugin into your browser–that’s way less work than me typing it up for each […]

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  2. Ver Datos EXIF con una Extensión de Google Chrome | Foto ideas

    […] unos días leyendo SLR Lounge me enteré de que hay una extensión del navegador Google Chrome que te permite ver los datos EXIF […]

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  3. Andy

    Should be built into all browsers by default and automatically pop-up any copyright information when downloading.

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