In part 1 of this blog post series, we discussed how you can use reference photos to speed up your geocoding process. The easiest, fastest and most precise way to geotag your photos, however, is to provide HoudahGeo with a so called track log file. While there are smartphone apps which record track logs (as discussed in part 2), these may drain your phone’s battery if left running over a prolonged period of time. Therefore, you may want to consider investing in a GPS track logger.
Part 2 – Geocoding using the smartphone app gps4cam
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Vacation time is coming! Wherever your travels will take you: You will, for sure, be taking a lot of pictures.
But: If your camera is not equipped with a built-in GPS, your pictures will lack location information. You could geotag these images by hand. This can be a lot of work and quite time-consuming. So, how can you add geotags more easily to your photos?
In a three-part series of blog posts, we will explore three options HoudahGeo offers to automate your photo geocoding process.