ExposurePlot is an application designed for photographers. It is able to read the EXIF data from JPEG files from digital cameras and generate graphs for focal lens length along with other camera-related tags such as shutter speed, aperture setting, and ISO. With this application, users will be able to evaluate and learn more about their shooting habits. The graphs can help users decide what type of camera, lens, and other gear to purchase in the future.
For instance, those who want to upgrade from a compact zoom camera to a DSLR can let the program analyze the JPEG photos taken using their camera. When the graphs are generated, users can examine these to find out the focal lens length and the aperture they used most, so that when they buy their DSLR, they can opt to choose a lens apart from the standard kit lens provided.
ExposurePlot provides users with a simple tabbed user interface. The Overview tab displays four bar graphs that depict the frequency with which each shutter speed, aperture, ISO, and lens length occurred in the group of selected photos. Each graph can be viewed in a tab of its own. Users can filter the results according to camera make and model. The left side of the interface has an explorer pane that enables users to navigate to the JPEG images they want to analyze.