Add location data to photos Photoshop Elements 11


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Adding location data to photos

In the last movie, I showed you that if you're working with photos that were taken with a GPS enabled camera, they will automatically appear on the map in Places View. But what if you have photos that were taken with a non GPS enabled camera? Like these two photos that I know I took in San Francisco. With these two photos displayed in Media View, if I click on Places View in the Organizer, Places View tells me that it does not recognize those two photos because they don't have GPS coordinates. But it does advice me to click Add Places.

And that's the way you can add photos like this to the map in Places View. I'll go down to the task bar at the bottom of Places View and I'll click on the Add Places button. That opens the Add Places window. With the two photos in the selected folder up here in the film strip and the Google map down here, I know that these two photos were taken in San Francisco. Up here, it tells me I can drag and drop these photos onto the map to assign ...

Adding location data to photos
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Adding location data to photos provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: 01 Importing and Organizing Photos

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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