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    Default Photo Date Stamp?

    Is there an app for that? Am I just missing it? Legit or jailbroken any help would be great I hate that the photos are just in a big pile. I searched but I didnt see anything. Thanks or do I have to wait for 4.0?
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    Like 99% of digital photos, iPhone pictures are already date-stamped in their Exif Data.
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    John T is correct ... You could always use How to Add Date Time Stamp to JPEG Photos Using Free Software - Digital Photography Tips and Techniques to add the date stamp later.
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    ok John T how can i see that on the phone? I dont care where it is stored if I cant see it.
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    Photo applications such as Aperture and Photoshop have facilities for viewing this info.
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    Well this bugs me actually.. I can't see the date the photo was taken when I'm on the iPhone?
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    If you want the info on the pics in your iPhone, I wonder if it's occurred to you to check the App Store?
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    oh lol I actually haven't! How stupid...
    But it would be nice to see the time in the regular photo app.. oh well.. :P
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    John T save Your attitude answer the question or dont. How Many photo apps do you think there are? 5000 15000? And what whould i search for? "Photo" where 99 pages of apps pop up. Or maybe "date stamp" where nothing of any use pops up? Why does everyone have to be a smarta$$? First thing i said was
    "is there an app for that?"
    "You = Aperture and Photoshop have facilities for viewing this info
    Me = Thanks man that what i was looking for =)"
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    Quote Originally Posted by iVenom View Post
    Or maybe "date stamp" where nothing of any use pops up?
    Surely "Time stamp" suits your purposes?
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    Hey thanks for the help
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    Default TimeStamp-It

    Quote Originally Posted by iVenom View Post
    Is there an app for [date-time stamping]?
    FYI, the TimeStamp-It Lite app is free and it seems pretty good.
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    Camera Genius will put a time stamp on your photos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Readover View Post
    oh lol I actually haven't! How stupid...
    But it would be nice to see the time in the regular photo app.. oh well.. :P
    Yes I agree it would be nice, and I have found nothing yet. "Koredoko" are close, but not good. "Timestamp" are for new photos, not old.

    Most cameras show the date in its display, not iphone! I know the time are there, it shows on my computer. But not on iphone. Its OK to know where a picture is taken, but what about when?!
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    im right there with you how about an app that reads the meta data im sure one of these many camera apps can put that in all i wanted to know was when a pic was taken at a glance not having to upload it to my comp to see it.
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    try Exifwizard app to check date, etc on previously taken pictures
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    Can the time and date stamp be turned off completely in the photos?
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    Default Try EXIF wizard

    Quote Originally Posted by iVenom View Post
    Is there an app for that? Am I just missing it? Legit or jailbroken any help would be great I hate that the photos are just in a big pile. I searched but I didnt see anything. Thanks or do I have to wait for 4.0?
    I found ExifWizard on the app store for free.
    Sample output
    DateTime: 2012:01:15 16:10:20
    Make: Apple
    Model: iPhone 4S
    Orientation: Up
    ResolutionUnit: Inches
    Software: 5.0.1
    XResolution: 72
    YResolution: 72
    _YCbCrPositioning: Centered
    Altitude: 429m
    AltitudeRef: Above sea level
    ImgDirection: 311.5655= Northwest
    ImgDirectionRef: True North
    Latitude: *********************
    LatitudeRef: N
    Longitude: 97.2345
    LongitudeRef: W
    TimeStamp: 23:13:00.00
    ApertureValue: 2.526069
    BrightnessValue: 5.55162
    ColorSpace: sRGB
    ComponentsConfiguration:
    DateTimeDigitized: 2012:01:15 16:10:20
    DateTimeOriginal: 2012:01:15 16:10:20
    ExifVersion: 2.21
    ExposureMode: Auto
    ExposureProgram: Normal
    ExposureTime: 0.008333334
    FNumber: 2.4
    Flash: Off, Did not fire
    FlashPixVersion: 1.0
    FocalLenIn35mmFilm: 35
    FocalLength: 4.28
    ISOSpeedRatings: 64
    MeteringMode: Pattern
    PixelXDimension: 3264
    PixelYDimension: 2448
    SceneCaptureType: Standard
    SensingMethod: One-chip color area
    Sharpness: Normal
    ShutterSpeedValue: 6.906948
    SubjectArea:
    X Center: 1631,
    Y Center: 1223,
    Width: 881,
    Height: 881
    WhiteBalance: Auto
    PixelWidth: 1024
    PixelHeight: 768
    FileSize: 460.407 kB
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    Default Re: Photo Date Stamp?

    I just released a free and ad free app that taps into all of your existing photos to show you the date they were taken. There's a cool feature where you can quickly scroll through your camera roll and see the Month, Year automatically change as you scroll. If you are interested its called 'Photo Date' so just search that in the app store.
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    Hi there

    i thought the least i could do was say
    thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!!!!!!!
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    Default Re: Photo Date Stamp?

    App "PhotoDateMark" works perfectly for this case.
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    Default Re: Photo Date Stamp?

    try PhotoDateMark........

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