Incorrect time format

My computer is set to 24-hour clock format, yet on iPhoto the time stamps show up as 12 hour and have been automaticaly adjusted to reflect the time zone my computer is set to, not the time zone where the photos were taken. This occurred when I updated to iPhoto 09 and has effected 1000s of old photos whose time stamps previously reflected local time. Has anyone else had this problem?

I am really unaware of any setting and have honestly never noticed this until you pointed it out. However only thing I could think of is maybe changing the keyboard ? From UK to US  vice versa ?
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