Image Data Extractor – EXIF reader

Find all the hidden details in your image files with this quick and user-friendly online Image Data Extractor!

Whether you want to know the size of your image, MIME type, or the camera settings when the image was taken – the feature has got you covered.

Use our service to explore data such as Image Width, Height, Make, Model, Exposure Time, FNumber, ISO Speed Ratings, Shutter Speed Value, and much more.

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What each EXIF Parameter means

MIME Type:
This field refers to the type of the file based on the file extension and the nature of the file. For instance, “image/jpeg” suggests that the file is an image, and the format is JPEG.

File Size: This indicates the size of the file in bytes. A higher number indicates a larger file size.

Resolution: This represents the width and height of the image in pixels. In this case, the image is 2208 pixels wide and 2944 pixels high.

Creation Date: This is the date and time when the image was created.

Author/Copyright: This field contains information about the copyright holder of the image.

Location Data: This displays the geographic coordinates (latitude, longitude) where the image was taken.

ImageWidth & ImageHeight: These are the dimensions of the image in pixels.

Make: This refers to the manufacturer of the device that captured the image.

Model: This indicates the specific model of the device that captured the image.

Orientation: This field indicates the orientation of the camera when the image was taken.

XResolution & YResolution: These represent the detail an image holds. The higher the resolution, the more detail an image holds.

ResolutionUnit: This denotes the unit of measurement for the XResolution and YResolution (usually pixels per inch).

Software: This field indicates the software or firmware version that was used to process the image.

DateTime: This is the date and time when the image file was last modified.

YCbCrPositioning: This specifies the positioning of the YCbCr components in relation to the image data.

ExifIFDPointer & GPSInfoIFDPointer: These point to the EXIF and GPS metadata respectively.

ExposureTime: This is the time during which the image sensor was exposed to light. The smaller the number, the less light was let in.

FNumber: This refers to the aperture value or the opening of the lens at the time the image was taken.

ExposureProgram: This indicates the mode in which the camera was set when the image was taken.

ISOSpeedRatings: This represents the sensitivity of the camera sensor to light.

ExifVersion: This is the version of the EXIF standard used.

DateTimeOriginal & DateTimeDigitized: These are the date and time when the original image data was generated and digitized.

ShutterSpeedValue: This is the exposure time of the camera when the photo was taken, represented as a fraction of a second.

ApertureValue: This is the aperture size when the image was taken.

BrightnessValue: This is a measure of the brightness of the image.

ExposureBias: This is the compensation applied by the camera to adjust the exposure.

MaxApertureValue: This is the maximum aperture (smallest f-number) of the lens when the image was taken.

MeteringMode: This is the metering mode used by the camera to measure the light.

Flash: This indicates if the flash was fired when the image was taken.

FocalLength: This is the focal length of the lens when the image was captured.

SubsecTime, SubsecTimeOriginal, SubsecTimeDigitized: These fields provide more precise timing for when the image was created, the original image data was generated, and the image data was digitized, respectively.

ColorSpace: This indicates the color space of the image data.

PixelXDimension & PixelYDimension: These are the valid width and height of the image in pixels.

ExposureMode: This is the exposure mode used when the image was captured.

WhiteBalance: This indicates the white balance mode set when the image was captured.

DigitalZoomRation: This is the digital zoom ratio when the image was captured.

FocalLengthIn35mmFilm: This is the equivalent focal length assuming a 35mm film camera.

SceneCaptureType: This indicates the type of scene that was captured.

ImageUniqueID: This is a unique identifier for the image.

GPSLatitudeRef, GPSLatitude, GPSLongitudeRef, GPSLongitude: These indicate the geographic position of the image.

thumbnail: This is a smaller version of the image, often used for preview purposes.