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I took pictures without realizing the date was on. Is there a way to take the date off before I get the pictures off the camera or even after I put them off my computer without just cropping them? The date wasn't even set right and it was from a wedding.

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  • Janice Tefft Apr 04, 2016

    Did you ever figure out how to change the settings in the camera to not include the date? I don't want it either and can't find a setting. The previous answer had nothing to do with your question.

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Once embedded in the picture, there is no simple way to remove the date mark.

However, there are lots of image editing packages that are able to remove unwanted parts of a picture in a computer. It takes a bit of work, but it is worth learning how to "photoshop" pics, as you can improve them in many ways, even removing unwanted lampposts or parked cars.

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