Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Viewing images on a map, part of Learning Lightroom 4 (2012).
Very often we think of our photos as being associated with the location we …were when we took the photo. That makes perfect sense. …And so what better way to view your images, or even to locate your images, …than by using a map. With Lightroom 4 we can now do exactly …that using the Map module. I'll switch to the Map module. …I've already selected a group of images captured during a road trip in Europe. …And most of these images, because I was on a very casual trip, were captured with …my iPhone. And my iPhone is able to automatically …add GPS information to the images. If you're using a camera that similarly …automatically adds GPS information into your photos, then you'll be able to view …those photos on a map. You can also use the GPS device to record …a track and then associate that track with your photos so that the images can …be displayed on a map. Or you can also put images onto the map …directly in order to identify their location.…
You can see that I'm viewing Europe here and I have some indications of images …
- Getting to know the Lightroom interface
- Establishing Lightroom preferences
- Using catalogs
- Importing images
- Image review
- Identifying and locating images
- Optimizing and sharing images
Skill Level Beginner
1. First Steps
2. Importing Images
3. Image Review
4. Identifying and Locating Images
5. Optimizing Images
6. Sharing Images
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