ExifShot

A beautiful way to show metadata of your photo.

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ExifShot is a desktop web application which captures metadata of your photo and turns it into a beautiful graphic.

Think of it as a simplest graphics tool for composing a photo and its metadata.

Have a look and thank you for your feedback!

https://exifshot.com

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Kai Gradert
Kai GradertPro@kaigradert · Designer at AngelList/Product Hunt
Love this. What inspired you to create this tool?
Stefan Kovac
Stefan KovacMaker@progressivered · Product Designer
@kaigradert I'm not a serious photographer, but photography is something I enjoy very much. As a product designer by profession, I am continually seeking opportunities for new & unique projects that will blend photography and design. ExifShot is one of them. Thanks Kai.
Kai Gradert
Kai GradertPro@kaigradert · Designer at AngelList/Product Hunt
@progressivered I really like the UX. Have you considered making the data display more subtle/compact? Right now it takes quite a lot of real estate on the card.
Kai Gradert
Kai GradertPro@kaigradert · Designer at AngelList/Product Hunt
@progressivered Also, have you considered making this a service similar to Place Kitten (http://placekitten.com)? Say a blogger is writing an article and quickly wants to overlay the EXIF data on their images. They could pass the image URL to you, and you return the image to them. Could be a paid service with usage tiers.
Stefan Kovac
Stefan KovacMaker@progressivered · Product Designer
@kaigradert Yes, I hear you. Currently, if you increase artboard width you get more space and tags can be resized and arranged tightly. Example: 540px width with @2x export and 1080px width with @1x export size will produce output images of the same size. Later can have tightened tags because there is more space to play with.
Stefan Kovac
Stefan KovacMaker@progressivered · Product Designer
@kaigradert That's a nice idea Kai! I was thinking to provide some sort of embed feature in the future. Many caveats though, especially regarding privacy. Will see. Thanks for the feedback Kai, I really appreciate it.