My friend is visiting with a Nikon 7900. We are having trouble viewing her photos because of all the information around the picture on the screen (date, time, file #, # of pics). How do we view her photos without the information on the screen?
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The date and time are stored with the picture as metadata, but the D90 won't mar your photos by scrawling a string of numbers on it. Any good photo editing program will let you print the date and time on the picture, in the margin, or on the back, depending on your printer.
Camera records the date and time each picture is taken, storing this information somewhere in the JPG file, so you can stamp photos after uploading them on a PC. You can use Time To Photo software. It can stamp photos automatically in a batch.
Every Nikon camera records the date and time (and a lot more) in its EXIF metadata. Any photo viewing/editing program should be able to display this data. To print this data, please consult the documentation for whatever program you're using to print your pictures. Depending on the program and printer you may print the date on the image, in the margins, or on the back.
The camera records the date/time with the image file but will not imprint it over the image. That's done when you print the picture. Consult your printer manual and/or the manual for the printing software.
1. If you simply want to see the date and time on the screen, press up/down while reviewing your pictures until you get the view you want.
2. If you want the date and time printed on the pictures, that needs to be done in whatever program you use to print. For example, Nikon ViewNX has a "Print Photo Information" check box in its Print dialog.
Note: The camera is not going to damage your pictures by imprinting date and time on any portion of the image. It will record that information (and a lot more), but its priority is on getting the image data.
The camera will not deface your photos by scrawling a string of numbers across them. However, the data is stored with the image. Any photo viewing program should be able to show you this information. Depending on the program and printer, you can choose to have the date printed on the image, in the margins, or on the back.
If you simply want to see the date and time on the screen, press up/down while reviewing your pictures until you get the view you want.
If you want the date and time printed on the pictures, that needs to be done in whatever program you use to print. For example, Nikon ViewNX has a "Print Photo Information" check box in its Print dialog.
The camera is not going to damage your pictures by imprinting date and time on any portion of the image. It will record that information (and a lot more), but its priority is on getting the image data.
Select play back menu and select print time stamp. For your Knowledge,do you like or not All photographs taken with this camera having a data file with it, called meta data. All these file in formation can be viewed in clicking file info in photoshop. The Metadata tags defined in the Exif standard cover a broad spectrum:
Digital cameras will record the current date and time in hour, minute,seconds and save this in the metadata.
The blinking red clock means the date and time are not set, I think. I have a 7900 that won't take pictures after a battery charge. It's worked for over 3 years and then suddenly no more pictures. I uploaded firmware version 1.2 and that didn't fix it either.