Working with images that have existing tags in places


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Working with images that have existing tags in places

The other iPhoto feature that came into the third version of Aperture is Places. And Places is geo-location, and what that means is that images can be geo-tagged in the field where their actual latitude and longitude coordinates are recorded in the metadata for the photo. And then Aperture can read that metadata and actually place those photos on a map. Now, the other thing that Aperture can do is if your photos don't have geo-tags then you can assign geo-tags to them, and they will be placed on a map too.

The idea being that you can then find images by place, as well as by face, as well as by time. So, it gives you a new way to look at your images and comb through them. So, let's see how that works. Let's actually start with working with images that may have already been geo-tagged. Now you are probably thinking to yourself, "Well, I don't have a geo-tagger for my camera." But if you're taking pictures with the iPhone, the latest versions of the iPhone will so...

Working with images that have existing tags in places
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Working with images that have existing tags in places provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the Aperture 3 Essential Training (2012)

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Photography
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