\--tag=Copyright ./image.jpg Wrote file './new.jpg'. $ exif --tag=Copyright --machine-readable ./new.jpg Copyright Victor Engmark (Photographer) - [None](Editor) \```


It is common for digital cameras to embed metadata such as date, time, location and camera model in the files they create in the form of an Exif header. This information can be useful for editing tools and web sites, but sometimes you might want to inspect or even change it locally.

By default the exif tool simply prints all the Exif “tags” (key/value pairs) it finds in the file, if any:


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