Do you love analog photography but miss some of the advantages of digital photography? PhotoExif is for you!
Record the parameters you used to take that beautiful picture (lens, shutter speed, aperture, geolocation and more) and save them as EXIF metadata when you develop your film as jpeg images!
* Record the lens, focal distance, aperture, shutter speed and geolocation of each photograph.
* Manage multiple cameras and films simultaneously.
* Keep a catalog of your cameras and lenses for easy access.
* Add some comments to your photos.
* Browse the recorded parameters for any of your films.
* Save the parameters as EXIF data when you develop your film as jpeg images, by using the free companion app PhotoExif Desktop.
Adapts screen to all devices and makes a restyling of the entire app.
Minor bug fixing.
Ratings and Reviews
Gets the job done; saves me time
Everything works as expected. The desktop app does NOT crash (macOS sierra). I agree some values are missing (such as 20" or f/9.5) but seeing there are no alternatives, I'm giving this 5 starts anyway. I wish I got this before I shot my 25 rolls of film over the last year writing the exposure parameters into a notepad
Great intent, much to be desired
I really want to love this app, but find it frustrating to use - to a degree like all “film EXIF log” apps - though simple fixes could be made but have not been. Some of my top gripes and frustrations:
1) cannot review film logs after set to “developed” or “done” - need to email the CSV and open in app or spreadsheet program
2) Limited EXPORT options. Developed film EXIF uses default Mail app, cannot use Gmail, Dropbox, or anything else to get the CSV files off your phone. If default mail app is broken or don’t want to use it - cannot export at all!
3) first shot is on setting 0 - which I guess is good if shooting an “extra” frame per roll, but would love to have at least the option to start at “1” as is natural. Counter always shows “number shot” instead of the “current shot number” (which is how every camera or film back I have used works)
4) generally not intuitive interface, as I constantly find my self hunting around to set values
5) no photo preview, archive photo built in option to save with the CSV file for export
6) 1/3 and 1/2 stop shutter/aperture adjustments - would be nice to set on lenses as well as cameras
On the positive side, I like the intuitive controls to adjust camera settings to record the details. It is also a small size app (<10MB) which is great!
Great app to capture EXIF info.
It is a well designed app. However the desktop app is only on Mac.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.