Table of contents for Image Viewers
- Using EOG and other image viewers to learn tricks of photography
- F-Spot photo viewer – another tool with option to view the exif data.
- Another interesting viewer for images on Linux – Geeqie.
Here is another tool worth looking at for Image Viewer. Its called F-spot and the description for the same is as below :
First we will install the f-spot viewer.
1 sudo yum install f-spot
On a side note there is a f-spot screensaver application also that you can try 🙂
Now once installed, open the application. There are basically two modes for the application, one is the file view and one is folder view. But that is something you can explore on your own, what we will look at is the EXIF data capabilities. So, press F9 or select side pane from View menu and you will see the side pane.
On the side pane as you can see, you can select Folder or Metadata. Select metadata to view the metadata and this is how thiw will look.
As can be seen, the metadata is visible in the side pane. Also you can see that the support for the metadata is much better and you can see both the EXIF and the IPTC metadata. So, this definately this is one viewer that you can use to check your photos with metadata.
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