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March 5, 2016 AT 3:00 am

Geotag your Photos with your Phone #celebratephotography


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Smart tip from Matiash:

By geotagging my photos, I can easily plot all of their locations on a map and see whether I concentrated on one area for too long and, if so, I can determine why. Once I am able to get a GPX file (a file format standard containing geographic data from a track), I can easily import it into Lightroom and automatically sync my photos with their corresponding coordinates. From there, Lightroom’s Map module does a great job of laying out each geotagged photo on a map for me to review.

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