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Changing time/date

roymorris

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Is there any way to block change the Capture Time e.g. change Capture Time of all photos taken on recent trip to Vietnam local time > I use Lightroom CC Classic.
 
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Yes it is, from the exif data panel in library module. Select all affected photos, then click on the small square next to capture date. You will find different options and one is to adjust all photos by x amount of hours. The action can not be undone with ctrl + Z so do your math in advance

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Jim Wilde

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The action can not be undone with ctrl + Z so do your math in advance
To undo the change you can use the Menu bar>Metadata menu>Revert Capture Time to Original option.
 
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