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Photo Summary allows you to quickly and easily create beautiful images containing the camera settings used to take the photo.

How to use:
1. Select a photo from your camera roll (perhaps previously downloaded via AirDrop Google Drive)
2. Add any notes or adjust settings if necessary then click 'Save'
3. Choose your favourite option from the list of designs and it will be saved to your camera roll.

This app was inspired by the camera settings being shared in groups such as "Learn to Light - An OCF Lighting Community".

Features coming soon:
- iPad Support
- Ability to edit presets

*PRICING NOTE:* This is a once-off purchase. I will never ever add any in-app purchases, subscriptions, advertisements or anything like that. I'm a photographer trying to give back to the community that has shared so much and will keep this app updated with new features as quickly as I can.

Ways that don't work:
The app reads the EXIF metadata in your image which is not part of the image if you:
- Use a screenshot of your photo
- Use 'Save For Web' in photoshop (normal 'Save' works)

What’s New

Version 1.2.8

- Fix "long apertures" bug on certain lenses EG: f/6.299999 is now f/6.3

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

keepingitchris ,

Good app but lacking customizable options

It’s getting the mm of my lens incorrect. Please add ability to edit and show or hide each content section. This would give a lot of much needed customization. I really only want the top 4 content lines, and those would preferably be vertically/horizontally centered.

Love where this is headed though! Thanks!!

MPH674 ,


Finally an easy way to add your exif data as an overlay in one easy step! I used one app to get the exif, then another to make the overlay, save that and then open it again to create a transparent layer over the photo. Oh, and if your photo was in a different orientation, you had to keep two templates. Good work on creating this!

NewPhotographer91 ,


Great app, but I’m having the same issue some other people have: even when the EXIF data is recognized, it still won’t show the camera or lens used. It would be amazing if the next update let you manually insert that info.

App Privacy

The developer, Isaac Insoll, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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