Here is how to get the metadata of your photos on iPhone
All photos taken with a modern device like your iPhone and even most cameras have what is known as encrypted metadata. Metadata is just a way of structuring data, in this case EXIF data from the device used to take the photo, including the lens, file format, photo resolution and other information.
Most of this data is created automatically by your iPhone or camera device, but you also have access to change this data on your PC as you see fit. For example, you can set a Photographer metadata field with your name, you can even view and change the Make and Model of the device used to take the photo, among others.
How to get the metadata of your photos on iPhone
This data is not limited only to the photos you have taken with your own iPhone or camera; the data is retained even if another person took a photo and sent it to you by email or text message. To view the metadata of a photo, you can install the free application called Photo Investigator . There are many similar applications, but Photo Investigator tends to provide a full range of metadata display.
1 Install the Photo Investigator application
2 Select your photo library in the lower left corner of the screen to upload your photos.
3 Select a photo album and then the photo for which you want to view the metadata.
All your photos will have the metadata: file size, file name, file type and resolution.
Depending on the device and the configuration from which the photo was taken, you can also see the metadata: lens and camera model, shutter values, GPS location and more.
You have read well; you can even see the GPS location where the photo was taken. If there is more data than you are willing to share, you can follow our tutorial on how to remove Geo Data from your photos.
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