Like with iPhoto 9 and earlier, one of the easiest ways to remove unwanted Metadata from your JEPG’s was to use the mail feature within iPhoto. The trick was to make sure that “actual size” was selected and simply drag the picture to the desktop after Mail prepared it. You could then close the Mail window leaving the picture you want (minus the metadata) on your desktop. See my “How to remove JPEG metadata in apple osx” post for more. However, with iPhoto 11 by default the pictures you select to mail are now mailed from iPhoto 11 itself and not Mail. To fix this so the above trick still works, you’ll need to go into iPhoto 11′s preferences and under General, change the email photos option to Mail. From here you’ll select the pictures you’d like to have the metadata removed from and click the Share icon to open mail. Now you’re all set to drag and drop from Mail onto the desktop or wherever with pictures clear of metadata. Just make sure “actual size” is selected in Mail or you may be resizing your pictures unintentionally.
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