Question by ckw: Is it possible to shoot a picture with digital and erase metadata?
I am taking a film class in a local school, I don’t see the point since we don’t develop it ourselves, (Dont want to get into that debate), so I figure why can’t I take it with my digital slr, instead of a film slr, and somehow copy it to a blank layer in ps, and then it erases the metadata so he doesn’t know I am using a digital slr instead of film. Otherwise we develop it at target or whatever and then upload it online after scanning it..Whats the point? Its gonna become a digital file, why not take it originally w/ digital? Thats not the question though, please let me know if you can remove the metadata somehow? or put something else in those places.
I am not disputing the learning, that has nothing to do w/ my camera since we are NOT going to be using a darkroom..IT will function exactly as my digital 30D slr! I will not miss out on the learning, just the film in the camera.
That doesn’t remove metadata. Metadata is the name of the camera, time/date taken, camera settings, exposure, aperture, etc.
Answer by Terisu
The point is so that you can learn. That’s why you’re taking the course. And by the way, the trained eye can tell the difference between a purely digital image, and a film image scanned to digital.
Anyway, you can right-click on an image, go to properties, then details. On the bottom there will be a link for removing properties and personal information.
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