A convenient way to remember when a photo was taken is to embed the date
and time in the picture itself. Unfortunately not all digital cameras can
add date/time stamps on your photos and those who can, usually display
unattractive text stamps that cannot be later removed.
Instead of relying on your digital camera to embed date/time
stamps in your photos and be unable to remove those edits
afterwards, it might be better to edit your pics on the
computer and keep the originals. You can do that for all your
pictures at once with a specially designed software program.
The most widely used program to add date and time on photos is
BatchPhoto (Windows® & Mac® OS X). With BatchPhoto you can imprint the date and time to
dozens of pictures in one operation. The stamps are highly
customizable so you can select your desired font, color and even
transparency as well as the date format and stamp placement. For
improved productivity your settings can be saved for later use
and even applied with the right mouse click directly from
But why not see for yourself if BatchPhoto is the right tool for
you? Download and test the free trial below without any obligations!
Adding date and time stamps on pics is just one feature from more than
three dozen BatchPhoto has. The program is an all-in-one solution for
keeping your photo collection in shape. Among other useful features are:
the ability to adjust the pictures' size making them easier to share
with friends, or the ability to convert your images from one format to
another, or even to add watermarks on images to protect your copyright.
Note: BatchPhoto works on Windows® 8, 7, Vista, and XP as well as Mac® OS X Mountain Lion (10.8), Lion (10.7) and Snow Leopard (10.6).
BatchPhoto is designed to be easy to use. Its user-interface is organized
as a three-step wizard as you can see below:
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Using the program was easy and quick, I really liked the filters
it offered me as well as the filename modification. I was also
amazed at how many different output types were available. The
previews were also found to be excellent.