OS X :: How To Change Date Of Photos In IPhoto

Nov 18, 2007

I need to change the date on some of my photos in iPhoto. Some of them are from a disc of old (non-digital camera) photos and are all dated 1/1/99. I'd like to put them in some sort of date order. Also my girlfriend set the date on her new camera/phone to be 2008 so I'd like to change those too. I've got iPhoto 6 if that helps.

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Applications :: Arranging /Sorting Photos By Date In IPhoto

Apr 27, 2009

Recently I went on a trip and am looking to arrange my photos by the date taken, i know on my camera it embeds the time taken into the photo file, and i was wondering if there was any easy way to arrange the photos so they are in chronological order?

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Applications :: How To Change Date Stamp On Photos

Oct 12, 2009

My girlfriend and I have been sharing her Kodak camera for a while now. We use it to take family photos and such. I then use iPhoto to import the photos and break them up into events. Well, I let my girlfriend use the camera about 3 months ago and she changed the time stamp of the photos to 2008 instead of 2009 somehow. I sat down about a week ago to import all the photos we had since taken and was shocked when iPhoto put the new events way back with events from 2008. I then realized the time stamp was off and about had a fit. I quickly rectified the problem on the camera so this will no longer be an issue, but we have tons of great photos which are all incorrectly dated.

And call me a perfectionist, but its driving me nuts!! Now whenever I'm showing friends and family photos I have to scroll way back to 2008, and its just not fluid. I have tried quite a few things to change the date stamp. I cant seem to find any options in iPhoto, so I went into finder and opened the "Get Info" pain to see if I could manually change it, but no dice. I've googled for a week now and cant seem to find an answer. Does anyone know of some software that can handle this or a trick im overlooking? (Just to clarify, by date stamp, im not referring to the date image ingrained on the picture itself, but rather the date the camera assigns to the image file.)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Scanning Old Photos Into IPhoto - Modifying Date Not Working?

May 25, 2012

Im scannig old photos and when I go intot the date and time it changes the date of the picture to 1944.  For example the photo is from 1910 and I set the date to 1910 when I exit the photo and modified the origional date it then changes the photo date to 1944.  I have to again go into the photo and change the date of the photo back to 1910.  If the photo date is after 1944 it will accept the new date fine. 

iMac, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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Feb 6, 2012

How can I change the print quality when printing photos through iphoto on my iMac? I am running OSX 10.7.2 I have installed my printer with the latest downloaded drivers etc. The printer is a HP photosmart 5510. I have gone into system preferences, then print and scan. From here I can see my printer but can't see anyway of changing the print quality. Similarly, if I go into print settings via iPhoto I have the same problem. I have been able to change the quality in Safari but can't see how to create a default setting for photo printing at the highest quality

iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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May 22, 2008

I am on Tiger 10.4.11 on Mac Book Pro Intel duo. All updates except for Parallels installed. Have run permissions repairs and preferential treatment. Tried to delete preferences for system ... Every time I try to uncheck the box marked or open the Date and Time preferences, it freezes and have to force quit.

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OS X :: IPhoto Not Saving Photos / There Is A Problem Accessing One Or More Files In Your IPhoto Library

Nov 29, 2010

When I log into iPhoto I now get this message:

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OS X :: Cannot Sort Photos By Date Created

Oct 19, 2010

I spend a lot of time to change the date taken of my trip as my daughter camera was out of date, now I want to sort every thing by date the option on (Finder / View / Sort by / Date Created) is not highlighted so I cant sort by date created, How can I sort with this option?

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OS X :: Date Taken Field Not Shown On Importing Photos From Windows

Mar 22, 2010

I am fairly new to the world of mac's and I'm having a problems with my photo's. On my old windows PC I have 1000's of photo's. When I right click on a photo in windows and go to 'details' it will tell me the exact date and time when it was taken. So if I then import them into some library software such as picasa, it sorts it them all out by this date. However, I've now copied all my photo's to my new imac and the 'date taken' field doesn't seem to be there. When I import them into iphoto or picasa etc, they are totally messed up and all over the place.

Why did OSX loose that data? I will try to explain a little better using screenshots. This screenshot is from windows: [URL]. At the top is says 'date taken' and any windows photo library software will sort it by this date. Below are the properties of the same file after it's copied to osx: [URL]. It contains lots of information about the picture but not when it was taken. So software such as iphoto or picasa sorts it by it's created date (which you can see at the top is Monday 12th January). Why isn't OSX carrying over the exif data on when the photo was taken?

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Intel Mac :: How To Get IPhoto 9 To Display Photos Way Iphoto 6 Did

Jul 1, 2012

i have returned all my photos into the new iphoto 9.1.However they aren't displayed the way they used to be. The computer is ignoring all the dates i entered on the individual film rolls and displaying them with date that's embedded on the digital images.An example is i have a film roll which contains photos of my cat Salem which range from 2004 to 2012. This 'folder' used to be displayed at the bottom of all the film rolls as i had it dated 12/25/2020 so i knew where it was and could add to it easily. Now though it's near the top lumped together with 2004 photos dated 2004-2012.How do i get iPhoto to display my photo film rolls the way they were on iphoto 6?I would go back to running TIiger and the apps that came with it including iPhoto 06 but i need snow leopard as i have bought two new Lacie 2 TB drives for storage and they need a newer operating system.

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Applications :: IPhoto - Organizing Events By Date

Apr 7, 2010

I recently imported 10,000 photos to iphoto covering the last 12 years of my life. The only problem is that the events are not in the correct order by date. It take me hours to reorganize by date manually. Is there an option in iPhoto or a workflow that will do this automatically? (the photos are all dated, just in the wrong order)

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OS X :: Viewing Photos In IPhoto "Library - Photos" By Default

Dec 29, 2009

when viewing photos in iPhoto "Library>Photos", by default, each event is expanded (i.e., triangles are down, and all photos are visible). Is there a single command or keyboard shortcut that will collapse all the individual photos into headers only?

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Applications :: IPhoto Events - Chronological Order By Date Taken

Jan 6, 2010

I have several iPhotos events. They largely consist of digital pictures tagged with the right dates. However, recently I imported some of these such pictures off of an old computer. While they are labeled with the right days, iPhoto seems to be listing events in the order they were imported in. Thus, I have pictures taken in 2003 next to my Christmas pictures from this year. I'd rather just have everything in chronological order, by date taken. Is there a way to do this?

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Applications :: Cannot Sort By Date In Aperture IPhoto Browser

Jan 21, 2010

How do I get Aperture's built-in iPhoto browser to sort iPhoto Events by date? Over the last year I've switched from iPhoto to Aperture. I prefer iPhoto Events as an organizational scheme, sorted by date, so I am re-creating a chronological scheme with Aperture -- as many do. I've been gradually and selectively importing hundreds of iPhoto Events into Aperture Projects by dragging them from Aperture's built-in 'iPhoto Browser'. Here's the problem: Aperture's iPhoto browser shows Events, but they are annoyingly sorted alphabetically, rather than by date. This makes it a real pain to transition chronologically.

I can't find any control to re-sort by date. Inexplicably, on a couple of occasions I have opened the Browser to find it sorted by date! Temporarily rejoicing, it soon reverts to alphabetical after one session. WTF? I have a hunch these couple times were flukes, possibly having to do with iPhoto being open at the same time, I dunno. Still, I now know it's possible; and if it involves some weird workaround to re-create it, I'll do it. I'm running Leopard 10.5.8, Aperture 2.1.4, iPhoto 7.1.5.

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OS X :: How To Change Date Format In Numbers

Feb 21, 2009

I use office 08 for excel. Some of the boxes I use are formatted so when I enter the date say 22feb hit enter, it corrects it to read Feb. 22. When I import into numbers, and try to do it, there is no format for that cell, I type 22feb, and that s what shows in the cell, Is there a way of formatting these to do the way the excel spreedsheet works?

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Applications :: Save Location And Date To Picture File In Iphoto 09?

Oct 17, 2010

I have a fairly big photo library in iphoto 09 and I am wondering if there is an option to save information like location, description, date etc to the actual picture file. The reason I ask is because when I went to export some pictures it didnt save any of this information whatsoever and with 4000 photos thats a lot of work to go add all that information back to. Anyone else have experience with this?

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Oct 16, 2009

When I import photos from my camera into iPhoto, their date/time (when they were actually taken) is shown with you Get Info in iPhoto, but when I copy the images or view the actual files, the Date Modified is when they were imported, not taken. How can I copy the images with the date/time they were actually taken?

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OS X :: IPhoto Library Not Showing On Desktop / Unable To Set Iphoto Library Photos As Screensaver

Sep 1, 2009

I have experienced a problem after I updated to SL last night.I made a fresh install of both SL and iLife 09 on my mbp unibody late 2008.

Afterwards, I replaced the my fresh iphoto library simply with my old iphoto 09library from time machine (no migration tool, only copy pasts).

But now I recognized a problem that I see no iphoto library in my Desktop and Screensaver Menu in control panel. I cant set iphoto library photos as screensaver cause I cant see them

Does anyone have a solution for it? or does anybody face the same issue?

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Oct 3, 2009

I have been changing all of my icons by downloading different ones online, I am wondering how I can download an ical icon and have it change with date.

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Software :: Cannot Change Date & Time Settings?

Mar 31, 2009

I am on Tiger 10.4.11 on Mac Book Pro Intel duo. All updates except for Parallels installed. Have run permissions repairs and preferential treatment. Tried to delete preferences for system ...

Every time I try to uncheck the box marked or open the Date and Time preferences, it freezes and have to force quit.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Cannot Change File Creation Date

Feb 12, 2012

I have files with no creation date or creation date 1969, etc (came from bad settings in camera).

Since I knew the date, I was able to easily fix it via touch:

touch -t 20090110 IMG_1023.JPG 

This used to set creation, modification, and access time to 20090111, in Snow Leopard.   However, I can no longer do this in Lion. It does set modification and access, but creation date is still screwed up. 

macbook pro 2007, Mac OS X (10.7.2), iPhone 3GS, 4, iPad2, latest iOS5

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Software :: Change Of Modification Date On Opening Nested Folder

Nov 8, 2008

It seems that whenever you open a nested folder in the finder, it changes the modification date of the parent directory, this is a real pain, especially in the nested folders of the ~/Library folder. I often trawl through these folders in search of Application Support files etc and don't necessarily want the parent folder's modification date to change just 'cos I view its contents. This happens regardless of whether I have modified the contents or not!

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MacBook :: How To Change Order When Arranging Items In Folder By Date Created

Sep 11, 2014

When you click on any folder on the desktop and you click the gear icon and go to the "Arrange by" option and select "Date created", it puts the newest items toward the beginning of the folder. Is there any way to change that so the older items are at the top and the newer are at the bottom?

MacBook, Mac OS X (10.6.1)

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MacBook Air :: Not Allowing To Go Back Into Date And Time To Change Clock Settings

Jun 3, 2014

My computer's clock is set to a date before Jan 1, 2008. Its not allowing me to go back into Date & Time to change. What do i do?

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Force Folder Date Modified To Change When Enclosed File Updates?

Jun 19, 2012

Normally, a Folder "Date Modified" does not change unless the folder itself changes (name, etc). Is it possible to "force" a Folder "Date Modified" timestamp to change when an enclosed file is changed/updated?I want to look at a folder and know the date/time of the latest enclosed file/folder change. This is especially important to me when using syncing apps as I want to visually see by a folders date that a sync has occurred (the actual file change may be deeply nested within the folder.)

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Applications :: IPhoto And Over 50k Photos

Aug 10, 2009

I have an extensive photo collection, around 50k images, mostly 3-5MB JPGs and around 1k 10MB+ RAWs. I have once tried to start managing them in iPhoto and attempted to import it on an old MacBook Pro with 2GB RAM. It was about 2 yrs ago on an old version of iLife. The performance was very bad - everything was extremely slow and I abandoned an idea at that time. Now I have MacPro with fast HDD and 10GB RAM and was wondering if I should try this again using iPhoto 09? Doe anyone manage that many images using iPhoto here? How is the experience?

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OS X :: Can Burn Photos From IPhoto To A DVD

Feb 11, 2010

I have a lot of photos from a recent trip on my computer that are in iPhoto. I want to share these with my Dad and want to know how to burn them onto a DVD so he can load them onto his iMac. What is the best way to do this?

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OS X :: Typing On Photos In IPhoto App?

Jul 8, 2010

Is there anyway to type on the photos in iPhoto? I think I've tried almost everything, but can't figure it out.

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OS X :: Need To Export Photos From IPhoto To New Mac?

Aug 10, 2010

I really need to export my photos from iPhoto to my new Mac.
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is there a free program to do this ?

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Software :: Photos Gone From Iphoto

Jan 15, 2009

My photos are all gone from Iphoto, but the files exist on Finder in the Pictures file. how can I get the photos back to Iphoto?

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