Video – Stripping the Metadata from Your Photos
What’s really great about this website is that I get to share my experiences of teaching Lightroom (and the questions asked) with all of you even if you can’t be there. Today’s video is one of those cases where I wrote down a question last time I taught Lightroom that I heard multiple people ask through out the day. What they were looking for is an easy way to strip the metadata (typically the EXIF data) from the photos that they send to a client or post on to the web. They simply didn’t want others to be able to see the aperture, shutter speed, ISO, lens, etc… that were used for the photo. Well, Lightroom has a feature that does just that and we’ll take a look at it in this video.