How to Easily Put Date and Time on Pictures

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 our photos, and those who can offer no customization options for the appearance or date format.

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Fortunately there is a better way. All digital cameras write the date/time when the picture was taken into the meta-data associated with every single image they take (the EXIF record), so you can timestamp photos at a later date, and after moving them to the computer.

So instead of relying on our digital cameras to embed date/time stamps in our photos and be unable to remove those edits afterwards, it's much better to transfer the pics to the computer, then stamp them all at once with a specially designed software program.

Introducing BatchPhoto, our own solution for date/time stamping photos on Windows® & Mac® OS X. With BatchPhoto you can imprint the date to dozens of pictures in one operation. The stamps are highly customizable so you can select the desired placement in the picture, date format, font face, color, transparency, stroke, and even shadow.

For improved productivity your settings can be saved for later use and even applied with the right mouse click directly from Windows® Explorer.

Do you want to add date and time to your photos? Then click the "Try free" button and let BatchPhoto automatically date your pictures in batch mode!

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Adding date and time stamps on pics is just one feature from more than four dozen features 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 images from one format to another, or even to add watermarks.

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Note: BatchPhoto works on Windows® 11, 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, and XP as well as macOS® Sonoma (14), Ventura (13), Monterey (12), Big Sur (11), Catalina (10.15), Mojave (10.14), High Sierra (10.13), and Sierra (10.12).