How to insert shooting date stamp onto photo

Discussion in 'UK Photography' started by Tom Hanna, Dec 1, 2005.

  1. Tom Hanna

    Tom Hanna Guest

    Would like to have my prints with date/time on them...

    Tom
     
    Tom Hanna, Dec 1, 2005
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  2. Tom Hanna

    Trev Guest

    This will be a feature of your camera that you can turn on or off. It
    probably also stores the date along with setting used at the time in an EXIF
    file that you can read from the image properties.
     
    Trev, Dec 1, 2005
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  3. Tom Hanna

    Tom Hanna Guest

    There is no such option.... :(

     
    Tom Hanna, Dec 1, 2005
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  4. Tom Hanna

    Stu Carter Guest

    What sort of camera? Film or digital? Make/model? Tell us more! :)

    Cheers,

    Stu
     
    Stu Carter, Dec 1, 2005
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  5. Tom Hanna

    Tom Hanna Guest

    it is old kodak digital camera :(
    It cannot insert date but it saves date the picture is taken to exif (pretty
    sure of that)...
    It would be nice if date/time could be inserted during copying the photos
    from camera to my pc.

    Tom
     
    Tom Hanna, Dec 1, 2005
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  6. Tom Hanna

    if Guest


    I sometimes think this group needs a FAQ that goes like this:

    Q: "How do I....?"
    A: Use Irfanview.

    It seems unbelievable but Irfanview really is a panacea.


    In your case, use Irfanview with the optional EXIF plugin.
    It can superimpose the EXIF data on the display when viewing your images in
    full screen mode. You can also have such info added to the output when
    printing files with Irfanview. I prefer this approach as it doesn't alter
    the underlying image data.

    Go to Options>Properties>Viewing and put $E306 in the 'show text' box to
    have the EXIF date shown on the image during fullscreen mode. For a list of
    EXIF & IPTC field codes you can use, press the Help button.

    For adding data during printout, you need to repeat the process in the
    print preview.

    Incidentally if you use Opera as your web-browser, right clicking on a
    webpage image and choosing "properties" will reveal any EXIF data.
    Unfortunately it doesn't reveal the IPTC or jpeg comment fields, which for
    me would be more useful, since I add my copyright notice to the IPTC field
    but don't have any way of altering the EXIF field (Irfanview can read/write
    IPTC but only read EXIF, similarly my copy of Photoshop can only write
    IPTC, although I note that more recent versions of Photoshop insert a
    little advert for themselves into the EXIF data, which I find a bit
    irritating).
     
    if, Dec 1, 2005
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  7. Tom Hanna

    Trev Guest

    What Picture editor do you use
    Their are scripts to find the info From exif and paste it on the print. Such
    as date, F stop and shutter speed ect Avalabile for PSP 8 onwards

     
    Trev, Dec 1, 2005
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