Hello, Is there any way to edit the EXIF of a photo in Photoshop, leaving only the data like the attached image and erase everything else? I have a gallery on Flickr and when I click on the 'show exif' option, it just doesn't say how many times I peed while editing the photo 🙂 Thank you in advance.
I am not aware of an option in either Photoshop or Bridge. My usual recommendation for those wishing to have such fine control of what info to include and exclude is to use ExifTool. I can help with the required code to run to process your files if you are willing to use a command-line interface.
Hi Stephen. I had already been told about this software but it seems a bit too complicated for something that should be simpler. I'm always a bit reluctant to install software to do just one very specific thing. Just by looking at the page, at the instructions and recommendations, I immediately lose the desire to install the program :))) Nonetheless, I’m extremely grateful for your help.
It could be done though a script in Bridge, but I'm not very good at figuring out the proper namespace and code for that. I'm sure others here know more than I do. I think basically it would be a matter of copying a file's camera data, the deleting the exif, then creating a new exif and copying in the camera data.