[KPhotoAlbum] EXIF Search...

Johannes Zarl isilmendil at isilme.lupus.uberspace.de
Thu Jul 11 23:40:28 CEST 2013


Hi Neil,

Sorry to disappoint you, but a search as you described is currently not 
possible.

The "Show exif info" dialog reads the information directly from the image, 
while the search dialog uses a database to speed up search. Unfortunately, 
this database only contains a subset of exif tags:

$ sqlite3 exif-info.db .schema
CREATE TABLE exif (filename string PRIMARY KEY, Exif_Photo_FocalLength float, 
Exif_Photo_ExposureTime float, Exif_Photo_ApertureValue float, 
Exif_Photo_FNumber float, Exif_Photo_Flash int, Exif_Photo_Contrast int, 
Exif_Photo_Sharpness int, Exif_Photo_Saturation int, Exif_Image_Orientation 
int, Exif_Photo_MeteringMode int, Exif_Photo_ISOSpeedRatings int, 
Exif_Photo_ExposureProgram int, Exif_Image_Make string, Exif_Image_Model 
string );

Since the LensType is not stored, we can't do a search on it.

  Johannes



On Thursday 11 July 2013 16:57:29 Just Lettuce wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> Wondering if there is a way to search on specific fields in EXIF
> data?  In my case, looking for "LensType:" in the Pentax exif
> fields.  It does show in the exif display...  but is there a way to
> search on it?  I want to isolate all of the photos done with a certain
> lens.
> 
> Examples:
> 
> LensType: smc Pentax-F 50mm F1.7
> or
> LensType: Tamron AF 18-250....
> or
> LensType: Unknown (0x07d5)        (My camera doesn't know the name of
> this lens, but I do....)
> 
> 
> Thanks,
> -Neil  (Montreal)
> (I'll admit I haven't compiled kphotoalbum myself since 3.1 - using
> 4.2 on Debian Wheezy now , and enjoying.  Thanks for all of the great
> work!)
> 
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