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List an image’s EXIF properties in C#

This post shows how you can read an image’s EXIF properties. Note that pictures taken with any modern camera, phone, tablet, etc. contain a lot of EXIF data, some of which can be very useful. To read an image’s EXIF … Continue reading

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Make an enumeration of EXIF property IDs in C#

This post is really a helper program that lists EXIF property IDs for the following post. To get an EXIF image’s properties, you read through a list of EXIF property IDs and examine their values. The IDs are numeric so, … Continue reading

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Use EXIF information to orient an image in C#

The example Read an image file’s EXIF orientation data in C# shows how to read EXIF orientation information from an image. Using that information, it’s easy to orient the image so it appears right side up. This example uses the … Continue reading

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Read an image file’s EXIF orientation data in C#

The EXchangeable Image File (EXIF) standard defines all sorts of information that a camera can add to a jpg file. For example, the camera may record latitude, longitude, altitude, date and time, focal length, shutter speed, and resolution. This example … Continue reading

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