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Date Stamp

Danielwebster1955
Is there an easy way to remove date stamps from photos ?
Posted: 04/13/2013, 10:26:42 AM
Igordabari
You could use Photoshop, for example. Create a layer with the same sizes as your photo. Then move your photo over this layer. Then join them. All the original EXIF will be removed.
7d + lenses: Canon EF-S 15-85mm/3.5-5.6 IS USM & EF 100mm/2.8 USM Mac...
Posted: 04/13/2013, 19:21:01 PM
Brettossman
I suspect DT will always put in, at minimum, an upload date stamp. One of the search sorts is "newest uploads only", so you can bypass the ones you've already seen.

Don't know if that is the date stamp you are referring to.
Powershot SX50 HS Photoshop Elements 11...
Posted: 04/14/2013, 06:09:40 AM
Murdock2013
I think Daniel is referring to Photos that have been taken where the date is on the image which is a setting on the camera which some people like adding for date reference, nothing to do with DT. or maybe not ,>)
Posted: 04/14/2013, 15:10:09 PM
Danielwebster1955
Yes the date stamp is from the old camera I had
Posted: 04/24/2013, 07:14:10 AM
Therealdarla
Why is your avatar sideways?

If you want to sell stock, you will need to know how to use your camera, and how to edit your images.

The easiest way to get a date stamp off is to crop it. Otherwise, you can use a variety of cloning or painting techniques.

Nikon D70, standard lens
Posted: 04/24/2013, 09:46:43 AM
Parkinsonsniper
I think to crop is the easiest way.
f2.8 - Nikkor 50mm f1.4 - Nikkor 50mm f1.8 - Tamron 90mm f2....
Posted: 04/25/2013, 04:57:45 AM
Danielwebster1955
Thank you ....dont know why mi advata is side way and dont know how to change it :(
Posted: 04/28/2013, 06:59:55 AM
Therealdarla
Upload a new one that is right side up.
Nikon D70, standard lens
Posted: 04/28/2013, 08:11:26 AM
Parkinsonsniper

Originally posted by Therealdarla:
Quoted Message: If you want to sell stock, you will need to know how to use your camera, and how to edit your images.
f2.8 - Nikkor 50mm f1.4 - Nikkor 50mm f1.8 - Tamron 90mm f2....
Posted: 04/29/2013, 01:44:46 AM