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Metadata as it called now in the digital photography age is information about the photo it is attached to. In days of yesteryear information may have been written on the back of a printed photo, or on the slide mount or on an index card filed with the negatives/slides so that any information the photographer may feel is important to know and access is not ...


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Metadata; which are commonly EXIF, XMP, IPTC, and custom formats; contains information about the image like camera settings & other information like comments, dates, photo editing software information, ... In the photography realm, camera settings (ISO, shutter speed, aperture, white balance, focal length, lens information, use of flash, other camera ...


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You will have one smaller image which can be viewed, printed. But you will missing information about the camera, aperture, author, keyword, location, copyright status and other information which can be very valued in some cases.


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