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Turn off timezone adjustment

Update:11-30Source: network consolidation
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It would be really really nice to be able to disable the feature which shows the date and time a picture was taken in local time (i.e. adjusted for time zones). I shoot all over the world, and I'd like to know the actual date and time I took a picture, not the date and time I took the picture adjusted for the current time zone. This is particularly annoying when the date ends up being adjusted too - pictures show up in the metadata browser on the wrong day.

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I had to stop renaming to include capture time on import because LR doesn't know what its doing with time.
Funny thing is I took a picture of a clock at 6:00. Camera's internal clock also said 6:00. The photo-info overlay of Lightroom ALSO said 6:00... but the renaming is off by 1 hour.
I think this is an issue that should have been fixed or addressed in 1.0, and is kinda sad that it is still a problem now. If its an issue of all the different date tags a file can have, simply give US the option to choose which one to use.
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