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Imagesbybarbara
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Posted Sat Jun 15, 2013 6:08PM
What do you do in regards to MR if your camera date is off by one, I had a shoot today and just realized that the camera file has yesterdays date.
RobMattingley
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Posted Sat Jun 15, 2013 6:31PM
Posted By Imagesbybarbara:
What do you do in regards to MR if your camera date is off by one, I had a shoot today and just realized that the camera file has yesterdays date.

This has never happened to me, but what I would probably do would be put the correct date in the "shoot date" field and then put an asterisk beside it - and then at the bottom of the release write something like this:

* - Exif data says June 14th but the actual date was June 15th

Then I would have the model, witness, and myself initial the addtional comment.  This might be overkill and an inspector might tell you something different - but this is probably what I would do if the date in my camera was wrong.
Imagesbybarbara
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Posted Sat Jun 15, 2013 6:35PM
I just put a note on the release I hope that will do the trick.  Thank you for the input, I guess I need to look at my camera and change to the correct date.
catchlights_sg
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Posted Sun Jun 16, 2013 4:46AM
If you are using Lightroom, you can correct the camera record date field in the exif data. The date of my camera was set 6 months early and had it corrected, no problem submiting the files. Hope this help.
Imagesbybarbara
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Posted Sun Jun 16, 2013 5:49AM
Thanks for the advice catchlights I don't use Lightroom ( I don't think it runs on my PC system) just CS2.  I made a note to inspectors of the one day differenece.  Hopefully it will go through o.k.
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Posted Sun Jun 16, 2013 9:08AM
in Photoshop goto File/File Info and you can edit meta data there
DPimborough
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Posted Tue Jun 18, 2013 12:59AM

If you google a free piece of software called PhotoMe it's really great for altering incorrect dates and

times on the EXIF data.



Here's the address http://www.photome.de/

 


I've used on a occasion when I forgot to change the camera date and times between time zones

(Edited on 2013-06-18 01:00:44 by DPimborough)

(Edited on 2013-06-18 01:03:00 by DPimborough)
gipi23
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Posted Tue Jun 18, 2013 4:15AM
Just put a note on MR. Once I was shooting with other person's camera, and I never realised he didn't set up the date properly. So I made sure inspectors knew about this - and since I've never had any issues with MRs' dates, it got accepted
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