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Gandalf
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If not already done - update Copyright details for 2020 :wink3:
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Could you be a bit more specific? I haven't the foggiest what you mean.

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Re: 2020

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Blarney wrote:Could you be a bit more specific? I haven't the foggiest what you mean.
Does your camera settings Menu allow you to set Copyright details such as Artist (Photographer) and Copyright eg: I use hal2020 so that when you post a picture people can read basic info in the metadata such as Camera make, shutter speed, aperture, photographer and copyright of the images posted via an EXIF reader.
If you have, you need to keep this info updated especially at year change.

As you had to ask I suspect yours does not or you don't use your camera's settings menu to its full potential. *Not that you have to of course!*
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Re: 2020

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Thanks, Gandalf. You're right, I'm one of those 'point and shoot' blokes. But I thought mistakenly you were referring to computers. So can relax now.

Cheers.

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Great tip, Gandalf.

Mine is under 'Time zone and Date' in my settings menu.
Other camera models may be termed differently.

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