Faster GPS fixes


In recent my post about GPS logs I mentioned that GPS devices can take a while to get a satellite fix when they’re turned on or brought outdoors. With a clear view of the sky and a GPS which has recently been tracking satellites it can sometimes take less than 30 …

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Managing photographic GPS logs


I usually have all my photos GPS-encoded (“geocoded”) where possible. All my images end up in Lightroom, and when exporting images from there I can control which get the GPS data stripped (e.g. Lightroom has “zones” you can mark as private). By having the location data in the Lightroom catalog, …

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