Image EXIF Viewer

Discover Shooting Parameters, Device Manufacturer, and GPS Info from Your Photos!

Select an image or drag it to this area To ensure your privacy and security, the files you upload will be automatically deleted after 1 hour

What are the advantages of Image EXIF Viewer tool?

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Supports multiple image formats

View image EXIF in JPEG/JPG, BMP, PNG, WebP, HELF/HEIC, AVIF, and More!

High-Definition Image EXIF Viewing Supported

View EXIF of high-definition images, each image up to 30MB, total pixel count up to 200 million.

Effortless Image EXIF Access

Easily view image EXIF in three steps, always free to use.

How to use the Image EXIF Viewer tool?


Select Image

Select images for EXIF viewing and upload to cloud.


Customize Settings

Click the process button and wait for the cloud to retrieve the image EXIF.


Viewing EXIF

View the photo's shooting details, including the photographer, date and time of capture, and GPS location information.

select images for exif viewing
For more usage tips about Image EXIF Viewer, please refer to View image EXIF.


EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format), refers to the information stored within image files. It includes technical data such as capture date, camera model, aperture, shutter speed, and additional details like GPS location and copyright information. For more details, you can refer to our article on Demystifying Image EXIF Information.

Using an image EXIF viewer is as simple as described earlier. You just need to select the image file you want to view, wait for the EXIF results to be displayed, and then explore the metadata. You can freely copy any data you need from the results.

Image EXIF provides crucial information about the time, device, location of a photo's capture, as well as copyright details. It helps in managing, organizing, and protecting image resources, preserving cherished memories for the future.

It depends on the content of the image's EXIF data. If the EXIF data includes GPS location and photographer information, there is a possibility of leaking personal privacy. It is recommended to use an EXIF removal tool to delete EXIF information before sharing images in external environments.

Image EXIF contains technical specifications captured at the time of photography, such as aperture, shutter speed, and GPS location. On the other hand, image metadata only includes basic information like format, resolution, and location, with significant differences in content. Additionally, EXIF data can be removed, while metadata attributes cannot be displayed on the device after deletion.

EXIF data can be intentionally removed from images without affecting their quality. For example, images shared on social media platforms often have their EXIF information stripped to protect personal privacy. Removing EXIF data can also help save storage space occupied by the images.