I inadvertently put the dates (imbedded) on my pics and I want to remove them. Is there any way that I can do this? (I have since taken the time/date stamp off for FUTURE pics but I don't want them on the ones in the camera right now. HELP! PLEASE??
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You're going to have to use a photo editing program like Photoshop Elements to remove the dates from the pics you already took. If the dates are near the edges of the pics, you may be able to just crop them out.Check your manual for instructions for turning off the feature for future pics.
The pics actually have the date and a lot of other information stored with them. If you right click the pic and choose properties, you'll get some of the info. If you open the pic in a photo editing program, you can get the shutter speed, lens opening, etc.Also, in a photo editing program like Photoshop Elements, you can add the date to the pic as text.
I contacted Polaroid help desk and they were clueless. They said there is no way to set the time after messing around with the camera for 10 minutes.
When you pull the photos off the camera it does record a date and time. I believe they forgot to add the option in the setup menu so you cannot get to it. I asked for them to send me a differant camera and the help desk rep laughed.
I guess thats what I get for buying a cheap camera.
The date information is not part of the picture itself but accompanies it as separate data. The computer "system" preparing the picture for printing takes the date information and optionally (I assume) places it on the print. To do the same thing at home you require photo editing software that provides the same facility. There may of course be cameras that offer an embedded date option - perhaps others have come across one.