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[Resolved] [Plugin: File Gallery] EXIF in template?

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  • Plugin Author Aesqe

    @aesqe

    hi ethan 🙂

    in the template, use the following code to get the EXIF data:

    $image_data = wp_get_attachment_metadata( $attachment->ID );
    $image_meta = $image_data['image_meta'];

    and then you will be able access the following properties:

    $image_meta['aperture'];
    $image_meta['credit'];
    $image_meta['camera'];
    $image_meta['caption'];
    $image_meta['created_timestamp'];
    $image_meta['copyright'];
    $image_meta['focal_length'];
    $image_meta['iso'];
    $image_meta['shutter_speed'];
    $image_meta['title'];

    `

    Thanks so much! That worked perfectly!!!!! =) =) =) =) =)

    Aesqe, as I’m understanding your suggestion, this will only allow us to insert EXIF meta into a full gallery insertion, correct? In other words, when inserting a single photo, there currently is no way to get EXIF data inserted into the caption or description?

    If that is correct, I guess this is more a complaint with WordPress’ media library and not offering more flexibility with EXIF at the time of importation.

    Plugin Author Aesqe

    @aesqe

    @electrolund: take a look here: http://regex.info/exif.cgi?dummy=on&imgurl=http%3A%2F%2Ftodayilearned.co.uk%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2011%2F09%2Fcat-makes-friends-with-a-baby-deer-in-Odessa-zoo-in-Ukraine.jpg

    EXIF data from this particular image is copied to attachment title and description correctly when uploaded via WordPress.

    The function responsible for parsing EXIF data is wp_read_image_metadata.

    See the “Return Values” section to see which EXIF values translate to which attachment fields.

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