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how to edit the date out of my photos

by dai'ne / December 23, 2003 2:14 PM PST

can anyone tell me how to edit the date out of my photos once I get them on to my hard drive and into an edit program??? PLEASE HELP ...I am really stuck! thanks so much, D

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Re:how to edit the date out of my photos
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 23, 2003 10:26 PM PST

I know of no automatic tool to do automatic photo retouching. I will share that a paint or photo edit program could make this a little easier. Too bad you didn't mention which one...

For one that I have, I use a clone-draw tool. This tool copies a nearby pattern (selectable in offset and size) to the place I am drawing. The effect is what I'm painting over is using same colors as what's in the photo. This seems to help it all blend in.

Best of luck,

Bob

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Editing Dates
by Sugz / July 28, 2006 3:51 AM PDT

Other than cloning after the fact, you should see if your camera menu has that as a setting.

Look in your manual or online under support for your make/model and you should be able to find where to turn it off pre-shooting. I had the same problem when I first began.

HTH
Sugz

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Date
by tasuray / July 29, 2006 12:14 AM PDT

Sorry, there is no way to get rid of these dates on the photos once it is taken except cloning in any editing software.Turn off the option from your camera menu. Actually dates are not required in the digital cameras because every details are kept in exif files.These date stamps spoil lots of good photos either.

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