Tech Tip: Add Latitude/Longitude Information to Photos
Dec 10, 2009, 19:32 (0 Talkback[s])
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"I wanted to store geolocation information in the photos I take
with my digital camera. That way I wouldn't have to specify the
photo locations manually when I upload them to the Picasa webpage.
Since my camera doesn't have built in GPS support, I wrote this
script to add the location information to the pictures when they
are on the computer already.
"The script can be used together with Dave Taylor's whereis.sh
script, described in this artcle. Dave's script takes an address
and returns the latitude/longitude values using the Yahoo Maps
service. My script - I call it jpgloc.sh - can be piped the output
from whereis.sh, for example:"