Want to let your fans know exactly how and where you got that shot? Enable camera info in your gallery settings so others can learn from your masterful photo techniques.
Go to Customize > Gallery Settings in your header tool bar first. In the Gallery Settings menu, click on the Appearance tab and toggle “Show Camera Info” to ON.
This will add an information icon below your photos that your visitors can click to learn more about what it took for you to capture them.
For the multiple-image gallery styles, like our Collage styles, visitors will first need to click on the photo they’re interested in to view it in the Lightbox. Then they’ll see the information icon beneath the photo.
Depending on how much information your camera captures and how much you add to your metadata during photo processing, the information panel can show your visitors copyright information, camera type, focal length, and more in the EXIF tab.
If you’ve added any geolocation information to your photo’s metadata, the MAP tab can show your visitors exactly where you got the shot.
If you’d prefer your visitors not learn all your photographic secrets, just go back into your Gallery Settings menu’s Appearance tab and toggle "Show Camera Info" to OFF.