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Removing date stamp off pictures arlready taken

Ive taken pictures and when i uploaded them onto my computer, I realized I had the date stamp on. I want it removed from the pictures. I tried goignt o the menu on the already snapped picture and turning the date stamp off, but it still appears on the picture. What do I do...it looks terrible.

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Turning the date stamp off will only work for future pictures you take...The only way to remove the date on the pictures you have already taken is to do a crop or photshop the area...

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