On Thursday 01 May 2008, Kim Cascone wrote:
> > When you take an image with a digital camera, the camera itself
> > leaves a data file which automatically identifies itself. This file
> > is called an EXIF and usually has information like the make of the
> > camera, the ISO setting, the date and time, the pixel setting, etc.
> > This needs to be removed. The easiest way to remove this is to open
> > photoshop and save it for web.
> http://www.instructables.com/id/S0LK8JJFE6F2AEJ/
> how does one save an image in GIMP without the EXIF data from a
> digital camera?

In the 'save as' dialog (or Save a Copy), uncheck the exif checkbox.


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