The puppies are 5 months old now and had their first haircut yesterday, so I grabbed some before and after shots. But, when we switched out of Daylight Savings Time a few weeks ago I forgot to reset the clock on the camera, only to realise once I’d imported the photos and noticed the wrong time. 35 photos, all one hour out!
I’d recently downloaded A Better Finder Attributes (ABFA) to see if it would strip the resource fork from some files for me (it didn’t), so I tried it out on my photos.
I selected the photos in the Finder, called up ABFA, and it gave me plenty of easy options for fixing the photos. A moment later 5 of the 35 had the correct capture time. Once I paid for the software the other 30 were quickly fixed too.
I’ve long used A Better Finder Rename, from the same company — it’s saved me hundreds of hours of tedious renaming — so had no hesitation in paying for this one. It does a lot more than reset the times on photos.
A Better Finder Attributes allows you to change file and photo dates and times, as well as other usefull file attributes that the Finder won’t let you touch.
NEW! batch adjust the Exchangeable Image File (EXIF) time & date that JPEG pictures were shot to compensate for timezones or incorrectly set camera clocks