Nascar Nut wrote in post #18582855
I am using Adobe Bridge to edit my photos metadata. On the metadata tab under file properties and camera data (exif) I change the date created and save the changes. Now when I upload the file to my gallery, the photo shows the original date taken. I have a photo I took last year that I want to add to this year's gallery and I want the date to be today's date because the sort order on my gallery is by date taken. This way the photo will show up in the order I want it to. I check the date taken of the photo on my pc by using file properties and it shows today's date. My gallery is on a WordPress website that I made. Is there no way around this?
I, too, am interested in this. . I have been wondering if there is a way to change the date in the EXIF info and beyond, to such a thorough extent that there is no original date info at all left anywhere in the file.
I think that for the purposes that you mention above, what would accomplish your objectives would be to take a screen capture of the photo and then that is a whole new file with a creation date of today (or whatever day you do the screen capture). . Of course, the resolution of your new image would be limited to that of your monitor, which may or may not be sufficient.
If you'd like to do this, but don't have a high resolution monitor, then feel free to send me the full resolution image and I would be glad to do a screen capture for you on my 5K monitor, which I could then email back to you. . It would have today's date, and only today's date, in the file's info.
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