Hi guys,I got bored to geotag my images manually so, I've decided to look for some options on my D750 (continue reading, the solution can be used on any camera!)The official solution from my camera brand maker is an external hotshoe GPS which doesn't appeal to me since:- it's big- external cable will bother my camera grip- is worth more than 200€I've read also about some bluetooth devices (linked to an external gps) which could be plugged... continue reading
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I am a Nikon DSLR user. And since I travel quite frequently I want a GPS device to geotag my photos. A GPS is handy not just for inserting the photo coordinates. But especially since dreamstime has a Geo-location link, when you submit the photo it will show it's shooting position on the map or satellite imagery, providing of course that the photo has GPS coordinates in the metadata. And it is extremely useful to know where exactly did you take a certain picture in order to submit an accurate description... continue reading
I bought a GPS Tracker there is almost two years. I was the first ever GPS Tracker. It was SONY GPS CS1-KIT. I used it to geotag my pictures. It was/is still convenient to use when you plan to explore your neighborhood or unknown city. You have just to carry and on it during your journey. But when you get out for a party/wedding and you know the place or the address, it is useless.Later on I found this Geotag software named GeoSetter. It is a free software which can batch geotag all your pictures... continue reading
One of my tricks for finding new places to photograph is to make a turn on some road I've never been on before and then rely on my GPS to bring me back home.Warning! If you try this in Vermont or any other rural area make sure you have plenty food, water, a spare tire, a cell phone and cash.In Vermont I've found that the GPS will direct you on to roads that any normal person would consider someone's driveway or an abandoned logging road, or perhaps even a hiking trail!This... continue reading
If you have a GPS why not log your location in a track file. Then when you get back to your computer, you can pull the coordinate into your image from your track and the location description (metadata) from those coordinates. Once you have a coordinate in the "GPS Latitude" and "GPS Longitude" EXIF metadata fields you can make use of the free “Microsoft Pro Photo Tools” (PPT) which will use the coordinate to extract Location, City, State/Region and Country. These fields are populated through a... continue reading
I need a new phone - got Verizon, but would be willing to switch over to AT&T possibly.This is what I am having a hard time figuring out -What I'm looking for is a phone that has GPS built in, with turn by turn navigation...but for free.No subscription required.Just like a tom tom or magellan unit.Also I'd like a built in wifi web browser, so I don't have to pay another data plan for that.Is there a smartphone out there that does all of that?The iPhone does the wifi, and a few... continue reading
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