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iOS iPhone Photography
Exif Wizard is an Exif app for your mobile device that translates the most commonly used tags into plain English. It includes e-mail support, and an option to automatically scroll thumbnail preview images to the end of your camera roll or album!
We've tested Exif Wizard on photos from iOS devices, as well as many professional and consumer digital cameras to make sure available data will be presented properly.
Also included is a geotag map display that, unlike the photo-viewing app shipped with your iPhone, lets you focus on the location of one photo at a time. There's also a button which allows you to open your iPhone's built-in Maps app to obtain directions to a photo's location.
***iOS 8 USERS - Apple's built-in "Camera" App appears to be flipping the "ImgDirection" tag 180 degrees from the direction the camera is pointing. Exif Wizard flips it back for display purposes, but does not alter the original photo.
*** If Exif Wizard is not displaying GPS/mapping information for photos you have taken with your iPhone, it may be because you did not enable geotagging when you first used the built-in Camera app. To grant permission now, from your home screen, touch Settings -> Privacy -> Location Services. Make sure the "Location Services" switch at the top of the screen is ON, then scroll down and turn on the switch next to "Camera." Keep in mind that if you enable geotagging, people you transmit your photos to may be able to determine the locations where those photos were taken using any number of mobile and desktop Exif applications.
Notes: Some image editing programs, as well as some photo upload/storage services remove Exif data from photos. E-mailed and Web photos can be stored on your Camera Roll with Exif information by touching and holding the photo, and then touching "Save Image" on the action sheet which will appear.
Displays "ImgDirection" Exif tag value in photos taken with Apple's iOS 8.1 built-in "Camera" app to match direction in which the camera was pointing. (The iOS 8.1 Camera app appears to flip the ImgDirection tag 180 degrees from what it should be). Note that Exif Wizard cannot "fix" an original photo, so the ImgDirection tag will still appear flipped in other Exif apps.