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How to remove EXIF data from your photos on Mac

How to remove EXIF data from your photos on Mac

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Looking to get rid of that pesky, heavy EXIF data from your photos on your Mac? Here's how! Back in the film days, photographers were forced to carry a pen and a notepad with them to record important information such as shutter speed, aperture and date... Nowadays, every modern digital camera has the capability to record this information, along with many other camera settings, right into the photographs… This stored data is called "EXIF Data" and it is comprised of a range of settings such as ISO speed, shutter speed, aperture, white balance, camera model and make, date and time, lens type, focal length and much more. (Nasim Mansurov, Photography Life) Whether you're snapping your photos with your iPad, your iPhone, or your DSLR camera, EXIF data is often stored on your images to help you keep organized and track of all your photography. Mobile photography can even store information like your geographical location with your images, while the EXIF data essentially eats u...