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EXIFwidget

Description

Shows EXIF info as widget or in the text using a shortcode. The widget shows the basic info on a photo:
Camera, Aperture, Exposure, Iso, Focal length given and as 35mm equivalent and a timestamp when the photo was taken.

The shortcode is simple:

[EXIF data=]

with the following values (without the quotes):

  • “camera” brand and make of the camera
  • “aperture” as f/xx
  • “exposure” a number in seconds
  • “iso”
  • “focallength” as found as given
  • “Focallength35mm” The focal length as full frame (35mm) equivalent
  • “timestamp” The time and date when the photo was taken
  • “time” The time the photo was taken
  • “date” The date the photo was taken
  • “any” A table with all the information as seen in the widget.

Just using [EXIF] is the same as [EXIF data=any].

Example:
This image was made using a [EXIF data=”camera”] using a [EXIF data=”focallength”]mm lens.

Screenshots

  • The above example as seen with translated shortcodes
  • The widget output

Installation

  1. Upload plugin-name.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. go to the media list, filter on “unattached” and check out the menu and the bulk pulldown.

Contributors & Developers

“EXIFwidget” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.0

First release

1.1

Small issue with presenting exposure values fixed.

1.2

Use the camera field to determin if there’s something to show in as a widget. Empty camera => no show.

1.3

Fixed some deprecation issues