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Old 9th May 2014, 08:49 AM   #1
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Default Techniques - What can I do with GPS logged photos?

OK, so my new camera has GPS built in. I think it is turned on, so the photos should be tagged with the location.

How do I see this?
Are there any simple cool ways to link the photo to an online map or something?

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If you're on a mac, iPhoto will do that automatically for you. Kind of cool, actually. Shows a little map in the corner, labels it with place name (usually). On Windows, I'm afraid I have no idea but I would assume there's got to be something similar out there.
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Is that stored in EXIF?
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Jack - I guess so, not sure!
DO - I'm PC based
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You have an iPad don't you Nick? Get iPhotos on your iPad then feed the photos into it.
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I'm an android user, but my wife has an iPad
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