File:yak nepal.digital – wikimedia commons


This file contains more information for example Exif metadata who have been added through the camera, scanner, or computer software accustomed to create or digitize it. When the file continues to be modified from the original condition, some details like the timestamp might not fully reflect individuals from the original file. The timestamp is just as accurate because the clock within the camera, and it will be drastically wrong.

Camera manufacturer

Camera model

Exposure time

F-number

ISO speed rating

Time and date of information generation

Lens focal length

Orientation

Horizontal resolution

Vertical resolution

Software used

File change time and date

Y and C positioning

Exposure Program

Exif version

Time and date of digitizing

Image compression mode

APEX exposure bias

Maximum land aperture

Metering mode

Source of light

Flash

File:yak nepal.digital - wikimedia commons example Exif metadataColor space

Custom image processing

Exposure mode

White-colored balance

Zoom ratio

Focal length in 35 mm film

Scene capture type

Contrast

Saturation

Sharpness

Subject distance range

NIKON
COOLPIX S4000
1/500 sec (.002)
f/3.2
80
07:48, 8 The month of january 2011
4.9 mm
Normal
300 dots per inch
300 dots per inch
COOLPIX S4000V1.1
07:48, 8 The month of january 2011
Co-sited
Normal program
2.2
07:48, 8 The month of january 2011
4
3.4 APEX (f/3.25)
Pattern
Unknown
Flash fired, compulsory flash firing
sRGB
Normal process
Auto exposure
Auto white-colored balance
27 mm
Standard
Normal
Normal
Normal
Unknown

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Your Average Youtube Intellectual: Giving credit to the creator even though you are not required to is a very noble thing. If the creator sees that you've used their work and gave them credit they would be happy and they would have an incentive to do other similar works.

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Keri Valentine: +WTF Gaming If you click on "more details" in the bottom right corner, you will see the options to "use this file."

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