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    Remove - erase date from photo with Photoshop
    Tuesday, July 25, 2006
    Photo with date

    You have photo you made with your digital camera, but you have date on it, and you want to erase it. So, how to remove date from photos? Easy. Open photo in AdobePhotoshop, and zoom it to see date clearly. Pick up Clone stamp tool (see pic).
    Clone stamp tool

    Now, hold ALT and click left mouse close near date on photo. Move on date, and just click left mouse. You see? That part where you clicked with ALT, copied there where date was. Now you see procedure. Just do it few times, and you will get clear photo without date on it.

    Photo after clone stamp Photoshop and date removed


    posted by acca @ 8:18 AM  
    • At 9:04 AM, Blogger eustin said…

      Also you can use the special tool
      to remove date stamp from photo sutomatically.

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