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Friday, September 07, 2007

Geotagging and Google Earth

Its been a while since I have been on Google Earth. Now, google earth comes with a geographic database of browseable photos, taken by loads of different individuals and uploaded to Panoramio, another Google tool. Pretty cool, particularly if shooting landscapes or architecture is your thing.

This is geotagging, the adding of location information onto photographs. A record or longditude and latitude information gets inserted into the EXIF header of a photograph, either by a GPS-equipped camera, or more normally, a GPS device that is time-synced with the camera - specialist software then merges the contents of the camera with the contents of the GPS.

Its possible I will invest in one of the GPS receivers aimed at photographers, such as the Sony GPS-CS1, but it's far from being necessary as model photography is concerned.

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