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“Take photos with your digital camera and tag with GPS location data collected by your iPhone”
Ever wondered how to find photos you took few years ago at the Disney World? Have you wanted to look at photos based on places you have visited, but didn’t want to dig through your entire photo collection to find them? Organizing your photos by location, otherwise known as “geotagging,” allows you to be able to find any photo based on the location where it was taken.
However, most digital cameras are not GPS-enabled, so location information must be added after the fact. In order to use the “Places” feature in iPhoto 09, you’d have to input location for each photo manually.
The GeoTag app for iPhone and iPod Touch allows you to capture GPS location information for digital photos that are taken with your non-GPS digital camera. Using the free software GeoTag Deskop, you can later add the captured locations to your photos so that you can upload them, already tagged, to iPhoto 09 and Flickr.
There are two ways to collect location information with your iPhone: Automatic Collection and Collection by Photo Name (Manual Collection).
To collect locations automatically, just turn on the GeoTag when you take photos. That’s all – GeoTag will take care of the rest of work.
To collect locations by photo names, click the collect button on GeoTag when you take a photo. GeoTag will capture the specific GPS location for the photo by its name.
For more information, please visit our website: http://www.saltpepper.net/geotag
You can also download “GeoTag Desktop” from the website for free.
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