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Map of Photos by GPS coordinates, Ability to apply GPS coordinates to photos

Would love to see a feature similar to the Map module in Lightroom.  I like using a map of my photos as I find it much more useful to find photos I’ve taken in a specific area without having to rely on filtering keywords.  Also, while newer devices  apply GPS to the photos, I have a lot of older photos that don’t have GPS coordinates and I currently use LR to apply a GPS location to them.

14 comments on “Map of Photos by GPS coordinates, Ability to apply GPS coordinates to photos”

  1. On August 15, 2016 at 7:49 pm Robert Shrader wrote:

    I agree with this request. Using Photo 10.5 I must rely on a third-party application to apply the GPS data to images.

    1. On April 26, 2017 at 6:26 am Andrew Priest replied:

      Any chance of the details of the third-party application you are using? Thanks.

  2. On February 7, 2018 at 1:09 pm Brad Glass wrote:

    Geez, I’d just be happy if Photo Raw recognized the gps data that is embedded in my RW2 files. Doing anything else with it would be icing on the cake.

  3. On June 22, 2018 at 11:02 am Lewis Harvey wrote:

    Face Recognition and Geotaging are essential to my work flow (I’m still using Aperture but will “soon” need to drop if for something that will run smoothly on Mojave when it is released). I would have switched to ON1 in a moment if it supported these two features.

  4. On August 25, 2018 at 4:48 am George Fletcher wrote:

    I also would appreciate the ability to apply a geo-location from a map to a photo without GPS coordinates. While my camera has a GPS built in, I don’t always have it on and in some cases (deep ravines for wateralls) it can’t get a signal anyway. The GPS capability uses a lot of battery so if I’m trying to conserve battery power I need to turn it off. Being able to apply a geo-location to the photo after the fact from a map is really helpful.

  5. On December 20, 2018 at 2:47 pm Mark Dodd wrote:

    Yes please add mapping option to ON1
    The is about the last feature I still use Lightroom for

  6. On December 26, 2018 at 10:49 am Steven Marvin wrote:

    Yes, the ability to add GPS information, when it is missing, via selecting a location on a map or even entering some location information (e.g. City, Landmark, etc.) would be very useful. Another feature that would be great would be the ability to display a world map and then zoom in on any location to see all the photos that were taken in that location. Not required but would be more of a wow factor to show my colleagues. Might help you sell more copies of your software :) Optionally, the ability to search for images that are within a specified distance from a GPS location.

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