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Understanding and Reading Exif Data

, 14 Dec 2009 CPOL
This article explains how to retrieve valuable image information from the Exif data found in JPEG images, and provides a Silverlight class library to perform this task entirely on the client's machine

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About the Author

Etienne Whittom
Software Developer
United States United States
Etienne Whittom is a software engineer currently living in Washington state.

Since 2004, he worked at several companies including Electronic Arts (Montreal, QC) and Microsoft (Redmond, WA), where he learned much about crunch times, live site issues, escalations, down times, pattents, design reviews, code reviews, security reviews, planning and commitments.

He also picked up a few things about software development along the way...

He loves good wines, good food, hiking, running, and refer to himself in the third person.

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