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Next I want to take a look at how we can add GPS to one or more photographs, and also how we can move the little markers around. Well, here I'm going to click on an image down in the filmstrip, and then if you hover over the map, you can right-click or Control+click to Add GPS Coordinates to the Selected Photos. And the GPS coordinates that you'll be adding is right where you have right-clicked or Control+clicked. Here I'll choose another image that was captured a little bit further down on the bridg, and then I'll right-click or Control+click, and again, add the GPS coordinates to that location.
Well, you may have noticed that there is a Lock icon. Well, you can click on this icon to either lock or unlock these markers. If they're unlocked, what we can do is click and drag these around, so that we can reposition them. If you prefer to lock or unlock these by way of a shortcut, press Command+K on a Mac, or Control+K on Windows to either lock or to unlock those markers.
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