Whenever you take pictures from your camera be it camera or point and shoot, some information including the location where the picture was shot, date and time, and camera settings are saved along with the image. The information stored is called EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format) meta-data.
Moreover, the information stored varies on-camera GPS location coordinates, date and time, make and model, aperture, ISO speed, and focal length. While this can be a precious one for a professional photographer, it is sort of personal one when it comes to a commoner. So in this article, we will show you how to remove the EXIF from your photo.
Step 1: First off, right-click on the specific file and select 'Properties'.
Step 2: Then click on 'Details'.
Step 3: Here you can observe the EXIF metadata for the particular file. Now, click the Remove Properties and Personal Information link at the bottom.
Step 4: Now you need to select the Remove the following properties from this file option.
Step 5: Once you find it out, check each box for the properties you want to remove or Select All to remove all potential properties.
Step 6: Click OK to remove the selected information from the image's EXIF metadata