Show exif data directly from photos in your blog. This plugin examines the jpg or tiff photo for exif data and lets you display the interesting ones.
While other plugins gets the exif data from the WordPress database, KLEX get the data directly from the image file. This means that KLEX works on all photos that contains exif data, and not only photos uploaded to your blog using WordPress upload functionality. The photo does not even have to be stored locally. KLEX can examine any jpg or tiff photo, if you provide the url.
Insert the KLEX tag (format: [KLEX pic="http://www.example.com/image.jpg"]) and it will be replaced by something like this in your WordPress post: Canon EOS 5D Mark II Lens: EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM f/4.0 Shutter: 1/125 sec Focal Length: 70 mm ISO: 3200
Be aware not all camera makes provides the exif data that shows which lens was used. As an example exif from Nikon will look something like this: NIKON D5000 f/11.0 Shutter: 1/125 sec Focal Length: 125 mm ISO: 100
Exif data describes the make, model and settings of the camera at the time the photo was taken and is of great interest to most photo enthusiasts. KLEX shows only the most relevant exif data (Camera model, lens (when available), aperture, shutter speed, focal length and ISO) for two reasons. We don't want to drown the most interesting exif information in less relevant data and to avoid exif data taking up more space than the image itself.