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If your camera has this option it will be in the settings most likely time and date.
I see no mention of your camera type so here is the proccess on a Sony camera. SONY eSupport How to turn the date time stamp feature on or off
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.
photos are our archives of memories but sometime we do forget the taken date of an image. Sometime we feel a need of exact date and time the image was taken. The available meta data of an image not always give us good result and we need to be somewhat techie to understand that. So, to keep thing simple it will be great idea to put a date-time stamp on it.
photo date-stamp helps you here. It allows you to put date-time stamp in an image as well as a batch of images. You can choose color, font and font size to style the time stamp. It also allows you to chose the stamp position such as Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left and Bottom Right.....
Google BatchPhoto and download the software. The program has a free 30 day trial and it'll add the date/time stamp to your photos. BatchPhoto can read the original date/time when the photos were taken from the embedded EXIF data. It can add the date/time on dozens of pics very fast and in one operation. Also it offers extensive options for setting the timestamp: the font, color and even the text's transparency can be adjusted, also the date format as well as placement of the stamp are fully customizable.
hi the following procedure is to set the date and time... just do the opposite of dis and ur date and time will be removed.. just do the following steps carefully. 1. Push the function/set button. Press the directional button down to select Date and Time. 2. Push the directional button to the right then down or up to set the date and time. Then press the function/set button to save it. Then: to put the date and time on your pictures, 3. Push the selector button up to the camera icon, and press function/set. Scroll down to Date Stamp. 4. Scroll right to turn on the Date and Time Stamp, then up or down to until it says On. Press function/set when your done.
That is your solution.after u set the date/time stamp is embedded in a picture, you can't take it out. ...
I have the same camera and the only way to do this is to first,
Make sure you have set the date and time correctly on your camera.
Take a picture or,
view picture you want date & time stamped.
Press the circular 'Menu/Set' button.
Press down arrow to playback mode.
Press right arrow on 'text stamp'.
Choose whether to apply stamp to single or multiple photos.
Press 'Menu/set' to select photo to stamp.
Choose which stamps to add. Date, time, age etc..
Press 'Menu/set' again and select 'Yes' in box.
The only problem with this is that it will resize your photos to 3m, which can make them grainier if you took them at a higher res.
Set the resolution to PostageCard (1600x1200). Many of these cameras have only ONE RESOLUTION setting which allows you to have a date/ date and time stamp on the file, which will print on the viewed or printed photo.
How to do it: Turn the camera on M mode. Use the func. set. go down the menu to the resolution settings. (on the bottom of menu). Pick only the postagecard (1600x1200) setting.
I also was like you, and had an awful time with a camera I was fixing. I then looked it up on the Net and found an online user manual for the Canon SD 500, which should be basically the same.