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Photography plug-ins for web browsers - what do you use?

By default, I use Firefox on my PCs and the main plug-in that I find very useful is FxIF - this let's me examine any metadata (exif shooting data, copyright messages, etc.) if it is present in an image.



Very handy!

Do you have any favourites?

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Re: Photography plug-ins for web browsers - what do you use?

As mainly use Chrome I use the exif viewer for that.

With this one as you browse images on the net if a little camera appears in the bottom left it has exif info and clicking on it brings the viewer up.

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Re: Photography plug-ins for web browsers - what do you use?

That's a nice facility Paul - and from what you say it's standard so no need to install a plug-in?

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Re: Photography plug-ins for web browsers - what do you use?

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That's a nice facility Paul - and from what you say it's standard so no need to install a plug-in?

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You have to go to the Chrome Web Store where they have lots of free goodies and get it their Ian.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/category/extensions
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