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Introducing EXIF Data on Behance

Introducing EXIF Data on Behance
Published May 3, 2019 by the Behance Team

Introducing a new feature on Behance: Exif data! Exif data can be an important source of knowledge in figuring out how creatives capture images or what tools they used in their creative process. Project images will now include data on a range of settings, such as exposure, lenses, focal lengths, and software tools used. When Exif data is present on an image, logged in Behance members will see an Info button in the top left corner over the image on hover.

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The Unknown Canyons of Kyrgyzstan

Learn more about how we display EXIF data here or see it in action in this incredible project from Albert Dros.

Looking to manage how EXIF data is displayed on your own images? Read our full FAQ here.


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