Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Getting location information with auto GPS, part of Photo Management: Metadata.
- In many cases, the location where you captured an image…can be a key piece of the metadata…that you want to preserve for your images.…In fact, and sometimes it's just critical…to have that information.…I, for example, travel considerably for my photography.…And the location is often critical.…It's often the key reason that I was there…taking pictures in the first place, the location itself.…And so, I often like to be reminded…of where that location was.…Maybe I want to go back to that location at a later date.…And so, a camera that is able to record…that location information automatically…represents a very convenient feature.…
And fortunately, there are a variety of options…on that front, for example, most smartphones…are actually capable of recording location information…as part of your photos.…That does require a GPS antenna built into the phone.…Most smartphones have that.…But it also means that the GPS antenna needs to be enabled…and that Location Services need to be enabled as well.…So, for example, you want to make sure…
Metadata may not be glamorous, but it's a priceless tool for managing and organizing photos. Your camera records metadata with every shot: the date, time, camera and lens settings, and much more. You can also add metadata using programs like Adobe Lightroom.
In this course, photographer, author, and educator Tim Grey demystifies metadata, describing what it is and showing how it's an essential part of photo management, from categorizing photos to creating fun searches, such as "show me all the photos I took a year ago today."
- Viewing image metadata
- Creating and using metadata presets in Lightroom
- Importing metadata from the camera
- Adding metadata to batches of images
- Correcting metadata for capture time
- Getting location information with auto GPS
- Mapping locations manually
- Resolving and avoiding metadata conflicts
- Backing up metadata
- Locating your images with a simple metadata search