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Metadata is additional data related to a photo, this is usually written by the camera into the image file at the time of shooting but can be edited later. This metadata includes information such as the time and date of shooting, equipment involved and settings used.

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How can I strip tags from a JPEG without removing the color profile?

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What software should I use to batch cropping images from paper notes?

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IPTC field for the lead image in a set

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Standards or widespread guidelines for updating of Exif or other metadata when modifying photos or other images?

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