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iPhoto EXIF info - Mac Tips Daily! #279

iphoto Every time you take a photo with a digital camera, it store some information about that image. The info is called EXIF (exif stands for Exchangeable Image File Format) and a is a standard for storing interchange info. Most digital cameras today support this information. This information contains certain elements that can be useful. For example, it contains the original date & time, image size, the name, what kind of camera was used, the exposure settings, such as the aperture, Shutter speed, focal length, and a whole lot more.

Let's get to it:

1. Open 'iPhoto' iphoto 2. Select a picture by clicking on it. 3. Press COMMAND-I or go to 'Photos->Get Info'. iphoto 4. Now you will have three tabs to choose from. 'Photo' 'Exposure' 'Keywords'. iphoto iphoto Select each one to get the detailed information. If you select the 'Keywords' tab, you can then add check marks to the keywords you want to add. iphoto