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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions - Site Assistance' started by serenitysmommy, Apr 14, 2012.
The time and date for the photos I have taken on my iPad 2?
I'm sorry, but as far as I can tell, there is no way to get the date and time for a photo using the stock camera app. Maybe there is a camera app in the App Store that does this. I don't know (have never gone looking before).
Maybe someone else can suggest one? Sorry I can't give you a happy answer.
I just tried iPhoto and it gives you the date, time, address, etc of photo.
That looks an awful lot like Ireland, is it?
Download the photographs onto your PC using Windows Explorer. When you've done that, right click on the photograph, choose Properties from the popup menu, then Details and all of the info you require will be available, along with a whole lot more including f-stop #, exposure time etc.
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Thank you everyone for your help I was just wondering because I have a 8 month old and I have a lot of pictures of her and I want to be able to tell her how old she was in the pictures thank you so much
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