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03-Dec-2017 20:27

My purpose for wanting the data is to expand my simple Image Viewer such that it can display more info to the user about their photo.

Here are a few other libraries I found that can supposedly give access to the EXIF data: I tried the Python Exif Parser and it worked quite well.

You can be showing your home's location to the world.

Using this tool you can view and remove exif data online of your pictures without downloading any program.

Pictures taken by digital cameras can contain a lot of information, like data, time and camera used.

But last generation cameras and phones can add the GPS coordinates of the place where it was taken, making it a privacy hazard.

Most of these modules have little or no documentation, which was also pretty frustrating. Here’s all you need to do after copying the file into your Python path: The code above returns mostly the same information that the PIL snippet does, although it uses integers instead of hex for the “Makers Note” and it has several “Tag0xa406′” fields whereas the PIL data had some numerical fields (which I excluded above).

From what I can tell, is supposed to be used via the command line rather than as an importable module. I assume they reference the same information in different ways though.

Here’s a sample of some of the info I got back: I don’t really know what all of those values mean, but I know I can use some of them.

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