Has anyone used GeoTagr or something similar?
They tout a two-step process:
Tagging photos with a location (a.k.a. geotagging) is basically a two step process:
You record your location while you make photos with your digital camera
You tag the photos with a location"
Sadly, at the bottom of the features page, it says, “GeoTagr is not compatible with File Sharing of the new APFS file system introduced on macOS High Sierra.”
I will probably be using it on my iPad, as I ingest photos and that seems fine; but, what about other stuff?
Planning a big trip this spring and want to take a lot of photos (many with a high-end camera that does not seem to offer a plug-in GPS module). Have not yet bought said camera yet; but am leaning toward the Fujifilm X-T3.
Am thinking of doing the trip as “iPad only,” and am a bit nervous about that.
I searched old MPU shows and found ref. to a couple of other apps and also Macworld and Cult of Mac (plus I searched the app store!).
Some notables are:
HoudahGeo — Geocode & Geotag. Add Locations to Apple Photos – Seems to work with both Lightroom and Apple’s Photos app.
And, App store search turned up Geotag Photos Pro 2. … Also seems to be Lightroom-friendly, Dropbox-friendly and might work with photos. Not sure.
I don’t currently use Lightroom – I either use Photoshop (CS5) or Photo Mechanic 5 (infrequently, but great for mass info-adding). Both, of course only work on a computer (Windows or macOS).
Would love to learn how folks on the forum handle these things (and what apps/software you use).
I’ve downloaded a few old travel-related shows and will be re-listening for advice as I prepare for my trip!