Currently Being ModeratedMar 15, 2011 6:41 PM (in response to Caramel Macchiato)Hi Brian,
First choice -- and really everything else pales in comparison -- is to use the iPhone 3. For postage alone, I will supply one to you in exchange for your iPhone4. As I'm sure you can understand, due to current market considerations, the iPhone 3 I can make available to you shows some signs of use -- but, rest assured, this in no way affects its functioning.
Barring that, I suggest using +"Metadata→Remove Locations"+ . Location information shows in a couple of different places in the metadata, so you should confirm that this has the desired effect prior to posting your culinary delights on-line.
You might look into exporting without metadata. I don't use Facebook, so I don't know to what extent you need the other metadata.
Cheers.MacBook Pro 13", Mac OS X (10.6.6), 4 G / 500 G internal / 4 TB external / NEC 2490 / ColorMunki Photo / Sony a850
Currently Being ModeratedMar 15, 2011 9:10 PM (in response to Caramel Macchiato)There are also a few 3rd party options that run standalone. I did a quick search on the terms
stripping metadata from images, mac osx
and came up with a number of options. I have never had a need to do this so am unable to vouch for any.
Let us know how you go and what is the most effective solution for you.
TonyMac Pro Dual 3GHz Quad Core 12GB RAM, RadeonX1900 512MBVRAM, Dual 23" screens, Mac OS X (10.6.6), http://library.digital-image.com.au
Currently Being ModeratedMar 16, 2011 2:53 AM (in response to Caramel Macchiato)If it's just the geotags you're concerned about then Preferences>Export and untick the box "include location information in exported photos" should do what you want. This has the advantage of keeping the geotags on the images in your library for future reference.2.8 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo iMac 4 GB Ram, 24in Screen: 15in MacBook Pro 4GB Ram, Mac OS X (10.6.6), iPhone 3G 18 GB: iPad WiFi 16GB
Currently Being ModeratedMar 17, 2011 3:29 PM (in response to Caramel Macchiato)Hi friends,
Sorry, I didn't had the chance to look into this as yet. Been pretty busy past few days. However, I will report back with my finding as per some suggestion posted in this forum thread discussion and go from there.
TIA, Brian aka Caramel MacchiatoMac Pro | MBP Unibody 17" | Mac mini SL Server | iPhone 4 | iPad | TV |, Mac OS X (10.6.6), Adobe Design Premium CS5 | Ap 3.1.1 | ColorMunki Photo
Currently Being ModeratedMar 18, 2011 8:28 AM (in response to Caramel Macchiato)Here is an article that may be of interest:
http://www.apertureexpert.com/tips/2011/3/17/are-you-over-sharing.html Mac Pro (Early 2008) QC 2.8 Ghz, Mac OS X (10.6.6)
Currently Being ModeratedMar 23, 2011 8:12 PM (in response to CorkyO2)Hi Corky02,
Your reference helps a lot. Thanks for posting the link. Sorry about delayed response for past few days, as I am recovering from this nasty, real nasty sinus infection!
Brian aka Caramel MacchiatoMac Pro | MBP Unibody 17" | Mac mini SL Server | iPhone 4 | iPad | TV |, Mac OS X (10.6.7), Adobe Design Premium CS5 | Ap 3.1.2 | ColorMunki Photo
Currently Being ModeratedJul 15, 2011 8:58 AM (in response to Caramel Macchiato)
Brian, you may already have received a good answer, but there's a free app called Pixelgarde Photo Privacy Editor, which lets you remove geotags, etc. I'd suggest trying it to see if it does what you need it to.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 9, 2013 10:40 AM (in response to Caramel Macchiato)
Try SmallImage2 software for mac . Its free and will remove all geo-tags and will even resize photos.
Download the link in red, it works for newer Macs.
Give it a try.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 2, 2013 10:44 AM (in response to Caramel Macchiato)
Screen caps are not Geo Tagged. Find your image, screen capture it, confirm it's the right image before sharing to Facebook, delete when you no longer need the dup.