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Chapter 2. Give Me the Bridge: Advanced ... > Stripping Out Metadata from Your Pho... - Pg. 50

The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Stripping Out Metadata from Your Photos Step One: In the Bridge thumbnail window, click on the photo for which you want to strip out the metadata. Then, in the Metadata palette, scroll down to the Camera Data (EXIF) category--that's Well, technically I'm not sure if this belongs in a chapter about the Adobe Bridge, except that so much of what we're talking about is metadata, so I hope you don't mind if I stick it here. Okay, so why would you want to strip out the very metadata that we clearly hold so dear? Well, it contains personal information about you, your whereabouts on a certain day, your equipment, your lenses, your settings, etc. Stuff your clients don't need to know (whether you're giving them the file or selling your work to a stock-photo house). Here's how to quickly strip it out: