How to Remove Personal Information from your Digital Photos

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At whatever point you saw any photograph There’s little data accessible about the photo however in the event that you download the full-estimate variant, you can get insights about the camera show, the camera settings and even the product that were utilized to alter this photo before it was distributed on the web.
This data is put away in each computerized picture, as EXIF labels, and you can extricate it utilizing Windows Explorer or with the assistance of even the most fundamental picture altering programming. On account of cell phones, your photos may even incorporate area data hence giving others a thought of the correct geographic directions where that shot was taken.
On the off chance that you are intending to share your own photos over email or on an open site (like Tumblr), it might some of the time bode well to expel the camera information and the area data from the pictures previously putting them on the web.
There’s a free Windows utility called QuickFix that can help you here. Simply drag-n-drop the photographs in the QuickFix window and click the Clean Metadata button to remove all identifiable information from the photographs. It creates a new copy and won’t overwrite your original photographs.
QuickFix will not only delete the EXIF data and the GPS location information from your photographs but also the IPTC and XMP tags that may have added by the photo editing application.
Microsoft also offers a free utility called Pro Photo Tools that you may use to edit as well as delete common metadata from digital photographs including the GPS location.


If the photographs are in one folder, you can easily remove the EXIF data from one or more of these photographs using Windows Explorer itself without requiring any additional software.
Select all the images files, right click and choose Properties. Now hit the Details tab and click on the “Remove Properties and Personal Information” link. The next screen will give you an option to remove the various metadata that is embedded inside the pictures. Simple.

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