Flickr has quietly rolled out a great incremental update to its photo-sharing service. Individual photo pages now display a number of EXIF details under a new section labeled “Additional Info”, found in the column to the right. With a quick glance, you’ll be able to see the shutter speed, aperture, ISO, and focal length that a photographer was using when he or she snapped any photo.
Here’s a closer look at the new section:
Keep in mind that these details will only show up if the EXIF data for the photo was intact at the time it was uploaded.
EXIF data itself isn’t a new feature on Flickr. Previously, clicking a link at the top of the same righthand column would bring up a dedicated EXIF data page for that image. That page is now accessed by clicking the details in the Additional Info box.
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