You’ve spent years taking pictures with your DSLR device. Now, you want to manage those pictures easily without being stuck in front of your computer finding all the information you need about that photo.
So, how do you do that? You need an app that you run on all of your devices your iPhone, your iPad and your Mac. That way, you can get to your photo from wherever you are and you see the same data.
That app is Exif Viewer. This viewer app is unlike all others in that it gives you access to your photos from multiple devices. This adds a whole to level of flexibility.
Professional or not, you are a photographer and you want to get the most out of the art you create.
Download Exif and prepared to be amazed. You can download the app from any iOS device you own and get to your pictures and the data behind each, with ease.
Exif presents information for each photo in a clear, concise way. You can easily view your photos as cards, complete with summary information about each: the camera that was used, anything that may have not happened, like the flash did not go off, the speed, and more. Want more information, swipe on the card and see an overview of the Exif data.
Tap on the card and get all of its details, also known as tags, enabling you full power to your images so you can use them the way you want to. Information you will see here include aperture (F-number), ISO sensitivity, focal length, flash information, date taken, speed, and more.
Exif shows certain tags and organizes the photos using tag information in a default order. You can move the tags around and even disable certain tags you don’t want to use. This puts a lot of power into your hands.
When you want to edit photos and learn more about details in each picture, simply zoom in and let Exif do the rest. The app will pinpoint areas on your photos as you select them and displays the details.
The features dont stop with viewing data, the app uses data to organize and present your photos so you can find exactly the shot you want quickly. Imagine being able to tag your photos and use where the photo was taken to help you instantaneously get to it. Once I saw this, I was hooked.
If there is anything that I would add this app, it would be the ability to send my pics to the printer. That would bridge a gap and really bring full functionality to the app.
I will continue to use the app to its full extent until then. The feature-rich content of Exif has helped me make optimal use of my photographic content.
Rating: 10/ 10