letZi was designed to make viewing and sharing photos more fun. Tell your story as you flip through photos. Your friends follow along and get to enjoy your photos on their own devices. It’s like having multiple prints of your pictures. It’s like a slideshow without the bulky hardware.
Not always. letZi can also help pitch projects to clients.
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HoudahGeo offers several options for geocoding your photos: automatic using GPS track logs, using GPS waypoints, using built-in maps, using Google Earth, etc.
One of the lesser known options is geocoding from reference photos (aka. gap fill geocoding). The basic idea behind this technique is pretty simple. Your iPhone creates geocoded photos. You may however find the camera lacking when compared to your regular digital camera. Your preferred camera on the other hand lacks a GPS chip. HoudahGeo can match up geocoded photos from your iPhone with photos taken around the same time using your regular camera. It can thus assume both were taken at the same location.
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This post refers to HoudahSpot 3. The same general ideas apply to HoudahSpot 4. A future post will provide more details.
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HoudahGeo supports a couple of advanced settings to customized EXIF/XMP export.
- Preserve file modification dates
- Default metadata attribute values
- Additional metadata attribute values
- Preserved metadata attributes
These settings are intentionally hidden and meant only for advanced users.
If things go wrong, you will need to trash your HoudahGeo preferences file.
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