Unsplash Photos — Stats, Locations, and Camera Info

Unsplash Photos — Stats, Locations, and Camera Info

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Some people want a little detail. And then, there are people that want all the details. The marginal details. The unnecessary details. The nitty-gritty dirty details.

Unsplashers are no different.

Most of you are probably content to scroll through our photos—share them with a friend or two—and go on with your day. But some of you (you know who you are) can never get enough.

- “Where do your photographers take their pictures?”
- “What gear do they use?”
- “Do they take their shots at Six Flags with an iPhone, or in a remote Scandinavian village with cameras so pricey you’d have to auction off your first-born son?”

Whether you’re looking to imitate our photographers’ classic shots, compare gear, or if you just have an unreasonable amount of free time and don’t know how to spend it, we’ve got something that will hit the spot: dedicated photo pages.

Now, when you click a photo on Unsplash, you’ll be brought to a dedicated page.

Not only will you see your photo in higher resolution, but you’ll also be able to get all the fine details behind the shot. You can see where it was taken, the type of camera used, and yes, even those nitty-gritty specs like ISO, shutter speed, and aperture.

All that extra data means that you can also now search for locations like Chile, Hawaii, or Area 51 and find all the Unsplash photos taken at those locations. (No, our Area 51 photos are not publicly searchable. Yes, there are aliens).

In addition to offering details on location and camera settings, you can now look up statistics for each photo, such as views, downloads, likes, and Unsplash Ranking™.

Not that photography should be competitive—but sometimes, people wanna compare lens-lengths.

Who are we to judge?

To find all this info on the dedicated photo page, just look for the graph icon (for stats) and i-icon (for photo details) in the bottom right-hand corner.

Unsplash, now letting you dive even deeper. How deep will you go?


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