A Bizarre thing happened today:
Several years ago I went to the Reagan Library in Simi and took a few pictures. Today I edited one of the pictures of a piece of the Berlin Wall so I could post it on my FB page to commemorate today's 25th anniversary of the Wall coming down. After I finished editing and saved it to my desktop, I noticed in the lower left of the picture: "Copyright Dee Dee Flores 2010". I AM NOT Dee Dee Flores and have no clue who this person is. Then I went back to the original image and did a right click, selected "properties" and then "details". In the "Authors" row it read "Photographer Dee Dee Flores" and a bit below under "Copyright" it reads "Copyright DeeDeeFlores 2010". I then realized that you can "select" the "Copyright" row and delete what's in there. I did that and then edited my image again and this time the image came out fine. I took about 12 pictures that day and went through each one of those and it's the same with all the photo's. My question is: These are ABSOLUTELY my photo's which I took. How in the world does "DeeDee Flores" show up on MY pictures as the photographer and Copyright owner? I'm PERPLEXED! Please help. Thank You.