Most digital camera record and save EXIF data with every photograph. Learn about tools that can help you view and edit Exif tags of your photographs.
This quick tip explains how you can find out the location where a picture was possibly taken with the help of Google Images.
Before sharing your digital photographs over email or on a public website, learn how to remove the camera EXIF data, GPS location and other metadata from these images.
This video tutorial describes how you can quickly delete duplicate images and photographs on your computer with free software tools.
JPEGs are for photographs and realistic images. PNGs are for line art, text-heavy images, and images with few colors. GIFs are just fail.
Web designers often use HTML Image Maps to link different areas of a picture to different web pages. Try an alternate where you can add rich and interactive tooltips to your images with the same hyperlinks.
EXIF Metadata may contain plenty of useful information about images like when that photograph was taken, which lens was used, what was the camera make as so on.
You can easily generate a Sitemaps.org compliant Image Sitemap (XML) for your website as long as its powered by WordPress.
Peter Linsley of Google Images shares some simple yet important image optimization tips that might help you get more traffic from image search engines: Users prefer large, high-quality images (high-resolution, in-focus).
Digital Photos on your computer are priceless. This article describes how you can backup your photographs online and secure them against computer failures or viruses. It also compares different photo-hosting services to help you make the right choice.
Learn how to download and save pictures that may be embedded inside an HTML formatted email message in Microsoft Outlook.
It’s tough to make any money with Google AdSense, but there’s no reason why you shouldn’t claim otherwise.
Face Transformer is a tool released by the University of St Andrews that transforms the age, race or gender of an image of your face.
Hide Text will convert text into images that will not get indexed by search engines.
ScreenGrab to WordPress lets you grab screenshots of web pages and will also upload the image to any WordPress blog.
Learn how to embed large high resolution pictures in web pages without cropping or resizing. Your viewers can also zoom in and out just like using Google Maps.
Yahoo has added some very useful filters in their Image Search engine. For instance, you can specify dimensions (height x width) in the search query and it will display only pictures / icons that exactly match the size.
Yahoo recently introduced a web based tool called Smushit to help you optimize the size of web images without affecting visual quality.
vi.sualize.us (read visualize us) is an interesting web tool that lets you bookmark and save images or photographs that you may encounter on the Internet.
picapp.com is a free online service for adding high-quality stock photos related to breaking news, entertainment or sports into your blogs and websites without the copyright and legal headaches. Images are from Corbis and Getty Images.
Learn how to hide any web image with some CSS code. When people open a web page containing an hidden image, all they see is some plain text – the actual picture is revealed only when they select the entire text with a mouse.