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    Default Any way to remove the exif from the jpeg file using PS?

    Any way to remove the exif from the jpeg file using PS? Can someone teach me pls

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    1. Select all
    2. Edit/Copy
    3. File/new
    4. Edit/paste
    5. Save file

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    or simply save for web

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    a faster way is to use "jhead -de" command

    http://www.sentex.net/~mwandel/jhead/

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    didn't PS always removed the EXIF?
    or like what ortega describe, open file in PS, copy and paste as a new image and edit from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drudkh
    didn't PS always removed the EXIF?
    or like what ortega describe, open file in PS, copy and paste as a new image and edit from there.

    not with PS CS i think.

    the method oeyvind described is better if u r dealing with alot of photos. it's simple, fast and effective.

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    but when I use the action to auto save them, I can't change the target folder . It will follow the folder I save to when i record the action of "save for web". Anyway to do it so that it will not go back to the same folder as I had recorded?

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    why do you want to remove the EXIF file BTW?

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    cos i dunno other to see my lousy cam model and make

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    If you are using IrfanView (freeware), set not to keep EXIF when you resize for the web

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    Quote Originally Posted by clarinet
    cos i dunno other to see my lousy cam model and make
    I would have thought the opposite.

    If I was to publish a good photo, then the louiser the camera I used the better

    Photo's are not normally judged upon what camera you use, are they
    Time, is an effortless construction :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pablo
    I would have thought the opposite.

    If I was to publish a good photo, then the louiser the camera I used the better

    Photo's are not normally judged upon what camera you use, are they
    yep agree with you man......using a lousy cam and producing nice beautiful picture will kill some fellas who has big chunky gaffer tape up their cameras......haha......

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