Christoph it think for me it would make sense to block interface elements. In 3D the mouse pointer is a little more disturbing than in 2D. And if there's a full 16:9 image on the display, the naviagtion elements are always visible if you move the pointer to the left of right edge of the screen.
You can do that with custom CSS if you have a plan. You need to be very careful of course, because by blocking interface elements, you are blocking the visitors from being able to interact.
Christoph The linked image is just the direct output of a developed RAW (done with DxO) with no further editing. The exif should be okay, an the exposure time is shown correctly in other apps like the Windows Photo-App.
I deep tested this image, and EXIF is corrupted with unicode issues. I'm pretty sure you using some editor that is messing with these fields, because no camera would do that. It's ok that a dedicated desktop app can read this, but when you are asking PHP to read these values into JSON for usage in a website, you need to avoid corrupt formatting. The file size of your EXIF output is 60 kb (that's a massive amount of data). I can't paste it all, but here are some outtakes:
Notice: exif_read_data(bild010.jpeg): Potentially invalid endianess, trying again with different endianness before imminent failure. in /Users/karlward/sites/x3/content/exif/exif-viewer.php on line 4
Warning: Array to string conversion in /Users/karlward/sites/x3/content/exif/exif-viewer.php on line 7
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// the above goes on and masses almost 50kb ...
// seems correct ...
// but you also have the above, which you or your app is adding.
You can try this yourself by using the super simply PHP script here:
I can see that it works in your app, but I can't resolve EXIF that has been modified and has clear issues that affects how PHP reads it.