I use Adobe Bridge to organize my photos and to adjust them in Camera Raw (targeted adjustments --- yeah ).
Sometimes I have to safe some of those adjusted photos as jpg to send them to my family (because they don't use RAW and those files are way too big of course). What really bothers me is that there seems to be no way to get the original date giving by the camera into the EXIF-data so that my family sees when I shot this or that picture.
Is there any chance to do so? I meen, when exporting pictures with e.g. iPhoto, the original date is embedded. But I don't want to abandon those brilliant adjustment tools of Camera Raw.
Thanks for your help!
The original date and time ARE embedded in the exported JPEG file's EXIF data. Please explain exactly the why you think it is not. Note that the OS file system dates are not the same as the EXIF dates.