Photos taken with digital cameras, including the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, all include some level of EXIF data, which is basically metadata with information about the image. This tutorial will show you how to remove all EXIF data from pictures you choose to on a Mac in a nice quick and easy manner. EXIF data includes meta data, GPS coordinates, originator information, and more, and by stripping the EXIF metadata from the image file the photo will no longer have that information bundled with the file itself. In that process of optimizing a photo, ImageOptim also strips EXIF data and metadata from the picture and image file s in question. Most images are optimized and stripped fairly quickly, but using this to remove EXIF from huge amounts of photos or very large resolution images may take a little while to complete.
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How to Remove EXIF Data from Images on Mac Quickly
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A friend recently saw a picture posted on Facebook by a friend and wanted to find out where that picture was taken. The picture was of someone on a lake and she could not pinpoint exactly which lake it was, but had a general idea. She asked me if there was a way for her to see the location of the photo on a map. Luckily, the photo was geotagged and therefore had the essential info needed in order to see where it was taken. In this article, I will show you how you can find out whether it is possible to find out where a photo was taken.
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