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'the date when the photo was taken'

is that equivalent to...

'the date that the photo was taken' ?

I prefer the first but would like to use the second, though it does not sound right to me.

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I like the first too, the second sounds not-correct to me
I'd only use "the date/day when ..."
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And what's wrong with:

'the date the photo was taken'

without the 'when'?
There's nothing wrong with it Emotion: smile
Qim'the date when the photo was taken'

is that equivalent to...

The first one is correct , it's clear date refers to time and we should use when for time
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To me, both are correct:

The date when the photo was taken, and the date the photo was taken. You can omit the "when" there, as well as you can omit the "why" in: "the reason (why) I told you this is..."
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To me, both are correct:

The date when the photo was taken, and the date the photo was taken. You can omit the "when" there, as well as you can omit the "why" in: "the reason (why) I told you this is..."

To me again, the only alternative would be "the date on which the..." and "the reason for which I ..."

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