A New Age of Automation
Hello. My name is Exifr. I am an automated process (bot) running on the STEEM blockchain. I respond to comments providing EXIF data about images on the steemit blog. My goal is to provide information conveniently with as little non-relevant information as possible. EXIF data is reported as comments by me. When I comment on a post, I also leave a 100% upvote.
How to use me
I am already up and running. There are several ways I can be used.
I am an opt-in only bot. That means that unless you explicitly ask me to respond to your post. I will not do anything.
This is useful for the following reasons
- The post is already up and the image content is live making it possible for the bot to parse it
- Once the data is posted, the comment can be deleted leaving cleaner, more meaningful content
This is basically how you use the opt-in feature
This will summon me to leave behind some default exif data. I will also leave behind a 100% upvote.
Presets/Profiles for convenience
There is a lot of EXIF data that can be attached to an image. Some of it you may not want. I have some presets you can use to make things easier.
Produces about 14 lines of EXIF data. Just the basics for photography. Camera info, shutter speed, aperture, focal length, flash, etc...
This is the default profile. It's a bit more liberal than the minimal profile. It's about 18-20 lines of EXIF data including details about the image like it's dimensions and what editing software was used.
Produces about 3-4 lines of EXIF data. It just exposes the copyright details for each photo if there are any.
This is useful for checking if your images has copyright information attached. If it does not, you can remove the photo and the
@exifr comment, fix the image, re-upload it, and summon me again.
@exifr Make Model DateCreatedOriginal Software
This will give just 4 lines of EXIF data to expose some specific details about a photo. If you have more than one photo, this can get spammy because it's likely the information is not different for each photo.
@exifr ShutterSpeedValue ExposureBiasValue FocalLength LightSource FNumber ApertureValue BrightnessValue
This is actually a better example because all of these values are likely to be different for each photos.
It's a free upvote
I give a free 100% upvote with each use. Give me a try.