MPU 32 – Photos and Your Mac

Mac Power Users Episode 32 is up. This episode covers picture management on your Mac. You can get it in your browser here or on your iPod/iPhone/iPad here.

10 Comments MPU 32 – Photos and Your Mac

  1. emailanandshah@gmail.com

    nice show, good info.

    one comment – When you scan prints etc, the exif data will show that the photo was taken on the scanned date, this will not be the date the actual photo was taken. Therefore you need to change this. this can be a pain if you have a number of photos.

    something that i have not been able to find a good solution for is a FILENAME – to – EXIF editor!

    Reply
  2. emailanandshah@gmail.com

    nice show, good info.

    one comment – When you scan prints etc, the exif data will show that the photo was taken on the scanned date, this will not be the date the actual photo was taken. Therefore you need to change this. this can be a pain if you have a number of photos.

    something that i have not been able to find a good solution for is a FILENAME – to – EXIF editor!

    Reply
  3. emailanandshah@gmail.com

    nice show, good info.

    one comment – When you scan prints etc, the exif data will show that the photo was taken on the scanned date, this will not be the date the actual photo was taken. Therefore you need to change this. this can be a pain if you have a number of photos.

    something that i have not been able to find a good solution for is a FILENAME – to – EXIF editor!

    Reply
  4. emailanandshah@gmail.com

    nice show, good info.

    one comment – When you scan prints etc, the exif data will show that the photo was taken on the scanned date, this will not be the date the actual photo was taken. Therefore you need to change this. this can be a pain if you have a number of photos.

    something that i have not been able to find a good solution for is a FILENAME – to – EXIF editor!

    Reply
  5. emailanandshah@gmail.com

    nice show, good info.

    one comment – When you scan prints etc, the exif data will show that the photo was taken on the scanned date, this will not be the date the actual photo was taken. Therefore you need to change this. this can be a pain if you have a number of photos.

    something that i have not been able to find a good solution for is a FILENAME – to – EXIF editor!

    Reply

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