This is not a real glossary (yet), it's just an example.

EXIF: Exchangeable Image File

Most current digital camera store images using Exif compressed files. Exif compressed files use the baseline JPEG DCT format specified in ISO/IEC 10918-1. This means the image data can be read by any application supporting "JPEG", including essentially all web browsers and image editing, desktop presentation, and document creation applications. In addition, Exif/JPEG stores metadata within application segments at the beginning of the file, and uses sRGB as the default color space.


The glorious application by Scott Fritzinger which started everything.


Glorious successor of gphoto. Can make use of EXIF.