....One of my pet peeves is the ugly red date that sometimes gets stamped onto the lower right corner of a photo. (That, and people who talk in the movie theater.)
Before digital cameras became popular, that date stamp was almost ubiquitous, since many 35mm point-and-shoot cameras burn the date onto your photos when you press the shutter release. Thankfully, those days are largely behind us. Digital photos have the time and date they were taken embedded in metadata, so you can find that info by checking the file details on your PC.
But if you use a scanner to convert your old prints to digital images, you're going to run across photos with that old date stamp. And believe it or not, I still see the occasional digital camera that writes the date in the corner of the photo, despite the easy access to metadata. If those date stamps bug you as much as they bother me, then you'll be pleased to learn that it's easy to remove them from your photos. Let's see how...
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