Where did you take that photo? Nearly every smartphone records its position when it captures an image, but very few cameras do. In this episode, we talk to Pierre Bernard, developer of the Mac application HoudahGeo, about how and why you'd want to geotag your photos.
HoudahGeo -- If you want to take photos and remember where they were shot, and your camera doesn't have built-in geo-tagging, use HoudahGeo on the Mac to attach GPS coordinates and location names to your photos. Get 30% off HoudahGeo with the code PHOTOACTIVE. https://www.houdah.com/houdahGeo/buy.html?coupon=PHOTOACTIVE
Production Note: We’ve decided to change the frequency of episode releases to fortnightly (every two weeks) due to current commitments we both have.
Wintec WBT-201, the discontinued track logger Pierre uses
Review: Canmore G-Porter GP-102+ data logger, by Rob Griffiths
The Strava Heat Map and the End of Secrets, WIRED (29-Jan-2018)
Geotag Photos Pro, the iOS app Kirk uses
Adobe Photoshop Fix review by Jeff (not yet online)
Subscribe to the PhotoActive podcast mailing list at the bottom of any page at the PhotoActive web site to be notified of new episodes and be eligible for occasional giveaways. If you’ve already subscribed to the mailing list, you’re automatically entered.
If you like the show, please subscribe in iTunes or your favorite podcast app, and please rate the podcast. And don't forget to join the PhotoActive Facebook group to discuss the podcast, share your photos, and more.