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Re: how to delete the date from photos
Cameras normally have a setting where you can turn the date stamp on or off. Just browse through the menu. It will be there somewhere. In he case of the photos already taken with the date stamp you will be able to remove it with the brush tool in Photoshop.
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If you're referring to the date stamp on the photo itself then yes but not easily. You'd have to edit the photo the same way as if changing someone's shirt from red to blue or putting different lettering on a road sign in the background.
The manual, does not say a thing about date and time, so my guess is only when transfered to the computer time and date is added. I sometimes use a GPS, that when not connected to enough satelites prints an old date and wrong time to the pictures. I do correct that with a programm called "EXIF Date Changer" because after some time you never will know the correct date, because you forgot the GPS receiver messed things up.
Once the date is on the photo, it's a part of the photo like anything else. You can use a photo editing program to try to remove it, but it's the same process as trying to remove any other unwanted object from the photograph, like trying to remove a tree branch that covers part of your face.
The file properties will always show the date downloaded, since that's the date the file was created on your hard drive. The date (and time) the photo was taken is stored in the file itself, in what's known as the EXIF data.
I don't know what operating system you're using, so I can't give you specific instructions on how to get the date the photo was taken. On Windows Vista, for example, if you click (not double-click) on a file in Explorer, the date taken will appear in the status area at the bottom of the window. Other programs will have different ways of displaying the EXIF data.
This can be done with photo editing software like photo shop on you computer. hope this helps. it the photo was already taken with the time stamp on at the time of the photo it will be on the photo and the only way to get rid of it is software. Hope this helps. please let me help you before you leave a thanks for tring feed back.