If you upload pictures to Craigslist, Facebook, Imgur, Instagram, Twitter, or WhatsApp, the Exif data won’t be available to the people who see them. Here you can create links to the metadata page of the specified image URL. To remove the rest of the meta data including the EXIF data just add -strip after -auto-orient. Shots are all tribod and cable triggered. There is no setting available to retain the data. Sometimes you don't want GPS coordinates of your house going online. Here you can edit IPTC, EXIF, GPS information and add tags.. Yes, it does. This is one of the features of the service. Windows includes a native method to edit and remove EXIF data from photos. But, if you do have a problem, here is how to remove EXIF data from images on your Mac : – fmw42 Dec 1 '17 at 22:35 2 One thing to take note of is that this is a destructive re-compress. In case you do not see any data under the EXIF tab, it means your image does not have any data embedded in it. That being said, you will see that gprs data is not present on the image on the public facing website imgur.com. or the news may be wrong. A photo's embedded Exif data can give away your location information. I don't think it would really matter either way from a police perspective, unless you are posting pictures of selfies with the Taliban in the desert, a stamp factory in brooklyn and a cashpile with naked hookers swimming in it. this is one of the features of the service. There is no setting available to retain the data. Some websites like Facebook, Twitter, and Imgur remove EXIF before making your photos public, but for other websites (such as Flickr, Picassa, Google+), you need to remove your EXIF by yourself before uploading. every modern smartphone saves things like GPS data of the picture at the time it was taken. This likely isn't the fault of your code or the library.
Of the online dating sites, Match.com, PlentyofFish, and OKCupid also strip your pictures' location data. Many other sites that let you display photos to friends or the public remove the Exif data before the images are shown to others. Here is a reply from imgur userecho question Where is the EXIF data?
Here is a reply from imgur userecho question Where is the EXIF data? Why does imgur strips the EXIF data? Use it in your blog or website. Here’s how you can edit or remove EXIF data from photos on different platforms: Windows. pretty sure ordinary imgur uploads strip exif/metadata. No filters on either lens. Anonymity is important to me. EXIF data/metadata is removed from all images upon upload. Posted in r/pics by u/MatmosOfSogo • 325 points and 107 comments When you take a photograph with your camera or phone, it records EXIF metadata, which you can later view in the image’s properties. It also lets you view EXIF data, EXIF GPS data, and IPTC data of images.
exif data is removed because the images are shared publicly and the developer does not want hidden information to leak accidentally by users who might have no idea what exif information is stored in the photos. Does Imgur strip off EXIF (or whatever metadata is embedded in pics), and if not, can that be an option? it may be that there are accounts associated with imgur where you have the option to upload metadata. CR tells you how social media and photo-storage sites handle the data, and what you can do about it. There is no setting available to retain the data. i do not think there is any setting available on imgur platform that retains the data if you so desire. To remove the rest of the meta data including the EXIF data just add -strip after -auto-orient. Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter strip EXIF data from your photos when you upload them. You have to browse a folder containing images and select an image to edit its EXIF data through Edit EXIF/IPTC menu. – scottbb Feb 23 '18 at 2:27 Well, that’s what we are to help you with. The only think I can think of that would have damaged the 400 was condensaton in the body from temperature changes. So I looked and all of my photos uploaded to grasscity contained the EXIF data with a GPS location. If you don’t have any problem with it being shared, you can let it be. And from an AMA "the imgur guy" did when someone asked if it stripped off EXIF data.