Fields In Use
As of December 29, 2016
Fields are only written to if there is data to write to those fields.
Fields are listed in the order in which they are written to the image files,
which in general is roll information first, then individual frame information.
Unless otherwise noted, all fields are recorded directly from user input.
Sensitivity of the film or camera sensor
Exposure index used for exposing image
The person who took the photo
Date Time Taken
The date and time the image was captured to the medium
Date Time Digitized
The date and time the image was first stored electronically
#Time may be used from source file if not specified
Exposure program of the camera, also called exposure mode
Scene Capture Type
Special camera setting for certain circumstances. Varies by make.
Determines how the camera arrives at the exposure values.
The source of light, used to determine white balance or image warmth
Subject Distance Range
Where on the len's focus range the subject is. Distant is infinity.
Macro is greater than a 1:1 reproduction.
Direction image is to be rotated or flipped for proper display
States if the flash was fired.
Positive or negative value stating the offset from the meter recommendations
The actual focal length of the lens for the image
*ExIf: 0xA405 (35mm equiv.)
The relative size of the lens opening used for the image
How long the shutter curtain was left open for the image
Image title, usually subject or other descriptive statement
Description of the image, more verbose than a title.
Company who built the camera
Model of the camera (usually includes maker short name)
Body Serial Number
Serial number of the camera body
Lens Maxmium Aperture
The smallest F-Number a lens is capable
Lens make, model, name and critical details
Vibration Reduction or Image Stablilization
Indicates whether vibration reduction techniques were used for the frame
Release mode for camera
*ExIf: 0xA402 (in normal range)
*XMP: ExIf35\ExposureMode (above normal range)
The type of focus system used for the image
Any filter or auxillary lens in use, such as polarizer or close-range
Application that most recently wrote to the image
#Will always be "ExIf 35"
Make and model of film image was recorded on
*ExIf: 0x9286 (user comment)
How the image became digital
*XMP: ExIf35\FileSource (uses A300 text values)
Source File Name
Original source file name
#Obtained from input file list
Keywords and tags that describe the image, used to aid in searches
Counter value of the number of rolls shot/stored that will ID a specific role
A string value that identifies the roll, but is distinct. A roll serial
number is appropriate in this field
Roll Load Date
An Exif formatted date string indicating when the film was loaded
Roll Unload Date
An Exif formatted date string indicating when the film was unloaded
Chemical used for developing the film
Amount of time media spent in chemical bath
Temperature at which development was conducted and/or temperature of chemicals
Date (in ExIf form) that the roll was inserted into the developing solution
Counter value of the number of the exposure on the roll.
Author's copyright statement
A variety of contact information for contacting the photographer
#From information entered in ExIf35
#Numerous fields match to numerous fields
#Information is only written at user request
*XMP: Photoshop\AuthorsPosition (title)
*XMP: Iptc4xmpCore\CreatorJobTitle (title)
*XMP: Iptc4xmpCore\CreatorAddress (address)
*XMP: Iptc4xmpCore\CreatorCity (city)
*XMP: Iptc4xmpCore\CreatorRegion (state/province)
*XMP: Iptc4xmpCore\CreatorPostalCode (postal code)
*XMP: Iptc4xmpCore\CreatorCountry (country)
*XMP: Iptc4xmpCore\CreatorWorkTelephone (phone)
*XMP: Iptc4xmpCore\CreatorWorkEmail (email)
*XMP: Iptc4xmpCore\CreatorWorkURL (web address)
Photograher remarks regarding subject or tehnical aspects.
#Freeform text field with no standard meaning or payload
*Exif is the Exif space of the JPEG image file
*XMP is the Adobe XMP namespace
*Aux is the Photoshop Auxilary Namespace
*IPTC is original International Press Telecommunications Council fields
*Iptc4xmpCore is the XMP version of IPTC fields
*Iptc4xmpExt is the extension of IPTC Core for XMP
*DC is the Dublin Core XMP namespace
*ExIf35 (as a namespace) is the proprietary namespace of Exif35